Today’s photo shows the 330 South Tryon building, Charlotte’s newest office tower. The photo was taken from my office window.
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.
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 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 is a collage showing blue and red elevators in Three Wells Fargo Center. I like the color contrast. Note that I shared a similar photo called staircase art in elevator lobby … sort a mini elevator series (smile).
This photo shows a wider angle from yesterday’s photo. The building in the foreground is the Harvey B. Gantt Center, for African American Arts and Culture. It is a beautiful building with interesting architecture and outstanding exhibits … the parking lot, in the photo, will soon be a new office tower.
This photo presented challenges given the shadow and light contrast. In addition there was distortion, in the angle of the buildings, which is a common challenge with close up skylines. Thanks to photo shop I was pleased with the results.
The buildings in the photo (from left to right) include: the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art … 400 South Tryon … 300 South Tryon … the Bank of America Center … Three Wells Fargo Center … and the Ratcliffe Condos.
This photo was taken near the intersection of East Stonewall and North Tryon, looking North East.
The Omni Hotel is shown in this photo taken during the Veterans Day Parade. The large flag is the focus of the photo along with the distinctive architecture of the Omni. However, look closely and you will also see a drone which was taking photos of the parade.
This photo, of the changing skyline, was taken from Romare Bearden park in Uptown Charlotte. The building under construction is called 300 S. Tryon … here is very cool link from their Construction Time-lapse Camera.
Today photo shows the construction at 300 South Tryon the heart of Uptown Charlotte … this construction site is across the street from the office building where I work and the buildings in the background are apartments next the Romare Bearden Park.
This photo was taken at 300 South Brevard Street just outside of the ATT building in Uptown Charlotte. Interestingly I found an article which indicates ATT will be vacating the building in 2015. I wonder if they will take Alexander with them (smile).
Today’s photo shows the BOA Center which is the tallest building in Charlotte. Look closely, at previous photos, and you will often find it in the Charlotte skyline. A friend of mine had the good fortune to attend a party on the top floor … Uptown in the crown (smile).
The wikipedia article indicates that gold was found during excavation for the foundation of the BOA Center … Gold makes a solid foundation for a Bank (smile).
The Bank of America Corporate Center is located at 150 N College Street.
I took this photo because the evening light cast the Trademark Building in blue … It is interesting how light and shadows have such a significant impact on what we see … It is a beautify building with upscale condos which have outstanding views and in this case outstanding colors.