Not one to miss an opportunity, we made sure to stop by the sand volleyball courts in Piedmont Park while out and about on Saturday. We were richly rewarded with weekend warriors who don’t wear shirts.
We were there in the park, in fact, to shoot photos of the National Flag Football League of Atlanta’s playoff games. (Stacked with its own jocks, those photos are worth checking out, too.) But between snaps, we caught a few glimpses of the nearby toned and tan hotties whacking volleyballs.
If you’re in the park next weekend, pull up a chair and enjoy the views.
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