Aug. 23, 1978 -- In this edition of our Flashback Fotos series, we take a look at Atlanta's quirkiest neighborhood, Little Five Points. In a city boasting a patchwork of eclectic areas, L5P has always stood out from the rest as a haven for a colorful assortment of artists, musicians, entrepreneurs and various others who opted to truly follow their bliss. And Little Five Points has always done its own thing with a fabulously Southern flair. The original caption with this photo reads: "In the last two years, small shops and businesses have been popping up with some regularity in the Euclid Avenue-Moreland Avenue intersection at Little Five Points." Trip back in time now as we view Little Five Points through the lenses of our Atlanta Journal-Constitution photographers during the late '70s and early '80s when the area was steadily developing into the robust L5P we know and love today.