Owner Susan Bridges watched viewers choke up and experience surges of emotion at an especially memorable, quietly beautiful show by DAVID YOAKLEY MITCHELL AT WHITESPACE. The Georgia-based photographer offered images of elderly family members and speeding locomotives passing on the edge of small Southern towns. His most powerful images which showed a rare tenderness and a clear eye for detail were the tidy, personality-infused homes of a dying generation of Southerners. Mitchells show had an emotional depth that could take your breath away. The peaceful privacy of the alternative gallery located in a former carriage house tucked behind an Inman Park Victorian made the event all the more moving.