I took this photo because I liked the contrast of shadows and sunlight. The red brick building, in the background, sits behind Saint Peters Catholic Church and as you can see the building has a modern “church architecture“.
The building houses a pizza restaurant, a steak restaurant, and office space.
The photo was taken in The Green at 435 South Tryon.
This photo was taken on my walk home after a long day and late night at work.
I’m exhausted however it was enjoyable to take a moment and admire the lights.
The building is at 330 South Tryon.
Today’s photo shows unique architecture and lights at the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art in Uptown Charlotte.
This photo was taken at 420 S Tryon St. Following is a link to the website for Bechtler Museum of Modern Art.
On the weekends, we enjoy walking on the Little Sugar Creek Greenway and we especially enjoy the trees. This tree is found at the entrance to Freedom Park. As you can see it was back lit by the evening sun.
Following are links to post of trees we have shared in the past.
This photo was taken at 1900 East Blvd. Following is a link to the Freedom Park website.
I love this time of year which offers photographic opportunities of sunlight and shadows.
This photo was taken at 435 South Tryon. Following is a link to a Wikipedia article for the Green Park where this photo was taken.
Living in uptown presents a photographic challenge … Often the Charlotte skyline is lit in bright sunlight while the location I’m taking the photo from is in shadow from a different building. For example this photo was taken from Romare Bearden Park which is surrounded by several tall apartment buildings. The lighting contrast is an enjoyable challenge.
Bearden park is an active park with many events. As a result the park it’s own twitter account, website, and wikipedia article.