Photograph ©2022 by Brian Cohen.

What Is Wrong With This Photograph? Part 174

This article might also give you a lift.

Yes, we have another photograph taken in an elevator since the most recent one for this article in this series of What Is Wrong With This Photograph? articles — and this time, the photograph was taken in one of the elevators at The St. Regis Atlanta hotel property.

What Is Wrong With This Photograph? Part 174

Photograph ©2022 by Brian Cohen.

For this edition of this popular game, can you guess what you believe is wrong — or, at least, seemingly quite bizarre — with this photograph?

Please submit your answers in the Comments section below — and I enjoy reading creative answers.

Thank you in advance. As always, I cannot wait to read your answer and feedback.

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Final Boarding Call

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In the meantime, the answer — or answers — to this article will be included in the next article of answers to the most recent five articles in the series of What is Wrong With This Photograph? articles.

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  1. More like, “What’s wrong with this hotel?” Other than being a Marri-rot hotel.

    -No B levels: B1; B2….
    -Floors 1-3 or 2-3 missing
    -Very few floors for guest rooms
    -Destination locations not in braille.
    -Mirrored glass looks beat up; scratched.
    -No room key card sensor.
    -It’s Atlanta; no pictographs for those that are illiterate.

  2. @ Kiki — These racists are just mad that their moron Senate candidate Herschel Walker is about to lose. Poor Herschel will have to go back to his old job driving the abortion clinic shuttle bus.

  3. The Georgia Literacy Commission (GLC) was formed after a Deloitte study revealed the potential crisis looming for Georgia’s businesses that are struggling to identify an educated and literate workforce for jobs now and in the future. As a result, the Georgia Chamber of Commerce, the Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education, and Literacy For All have partnered to create the GLC.

    ​Business leaders, education experts and a variety of other key stakeholders (see About page) convened statewide hearings during summer 2017 to address the state’s trajectory in improving low literacy for Georgia’s adults and children. The GLC is led by co-chairs Sandra Deal, Georgia’s First Lady; Teya Ryan, president and CEO of Georgia Public Broadcasting; Wendell Dallas, VP, Operations, Atlanta Gas Light; and Phil Jacobs, retired president AT&T, Georgia.

  4. looks like if you want to use the boardroom, you push the close the door button. I guess that makes the elevator the boardroom…

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