Architectural lines, glass and reflections create an interesting architectural abstract of the breezeway connecting Bank of America facilities along N College St. in Uptown Charlotte, North Carolina. For the best viewing experience, click to see a high resolution version.
Taken on a recent trip to an old hydro electric plant here in Norway
PP CaptureOne22 and Silver efex Pro III
When in Pittsburgh last weekend, we visited the Cathedral of Learning. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, the 535-foot-tall, 42 story Cathedral is the second-tallest educational building in the world. The Gothic Revival skyscaper was completed in 1926. We were absolutely awestruck by the almost 100 year old building’s gorgeous architecture. To think that student’s get to study in such a gorgeous place!
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After attending an Eric Clapton concert at Madison Square Garden we were on our way back to the new Penn Station and I had to try a night shot with my iPhone 12 Pro Max. I used the widest lens for this shot.
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Our camera club, Duluth/Superior Camera Club, hosted the North Central Camera Clubs annual convention this year. It was supposed to have been last year however, some strange global event caused us to postpone till this year. Photographers from Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, North and South Dakota, Kansas and Nebraska were represented and took part in photo tours, educational seminars and banquets. We are looking forward to next year’s convention in Dubuque, IA.
One of the tours made a stop at Amnicon State Park in Wisconsin. This covered bridge is in the park.