My work teammates and I enjoyed a baseball game last night. The weather was great, the beer was refreshing, the game was fast paced, the view was awesome, and the conversation was enjoyable.
This photo was taken at the BB&T Ballpark in Uptown Charlotte. The address is 324 S. Mint Street
Today’s photo shows the loading dock under one of the office towers in Uptown Charlotte. Notice the sliver trash chute and blue trash compator on the left side of the photo. An interestingly small unit.
This photo was taken in the loading dock under Three Wells Fargo Center. The trash shut services the Ratcliffe Condos. The address is 435 South College Street.
The AIDS Walk was a colorful event. I was especially pleased with volunteers handing our water and snacks to the walkers.
The AIDS Walk Charlotte website states that $147,000+ has been raised.
This photo was taken at the intersection of Levin Avenue for the Arts and Tryon street. Following is a link for the Levin Center for the Arts.
I’m very impressed that a local construction site has planted grass on their excavation dirt.
To show scale, here is what it looks like in the other side of the green grass.
This photo was take at 620 South Tryon in Uptown Charlotte. Following is is link to the Legacy Union website.
The recently opened Kimpton Tryon Park Hotel has a roof top bar which we have attempted to visit twice. However it is closed on Sundays and that is the day we keep trying. Maybe the front desk will let management know there is an opportunity on Sunday because they are having to turn people away ;)
The Kimpton Tryon Park Hotel overlooks Romare Bearden Park.
Today’s photo shows the 330 South Tryon building, Charlotte’s newest office tower. The photo was taken from my office window.
Look to the left and you see the entrance to Latta Arcade. I like the blooming trees in front. You may remember my recent photo showing the inside of Latta Arcade
This sculpture is called Woman Grasshopper and can be found at the Bechtler Museum of modern art. The artist is Germaine Richer. The art work was created in 1946.
Following is a selfie with the women grasshopper ;)
These photos were taken at 420 South Tryon Street.
This was a quick snap in the Latta Arcade. It is a good place to grab lunch. Also, the old photos on the wall are enjoyable. However, the most enjoyable aspect is found at the end the arcade … it opens on to an open air pavilion which is lined with bars.
This photo was taken at 320 South Tryon.
Another beautiful day with more blooms. Once again a photo opportunity presented itself in our favorite park, The Green.
This photo was taken at 435 South Tryon. The building, in the background is the Duke Energy Center.
On a recent stroll I was surprised to see horses on Tryon. The scene is similar to a recent photo titled Dog Crossing. Both the horses and the dogs have little bit of a Beatles Abbey Road album cover feel.
This photo taken at 230 South Tryon. The building in the background is a condo complex called 230 South Tryon.