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.
I work in Charlotte a few days a week and enjoy scoping out architectural pattern play and street photography. Captured this composition a few weeks ago from 3rd Street looking west. One day, consumer photo software will have AI to count the number of squares in this composition. For now, anyone care to guess? For the best viewing experience, click to see a high resolution version.
This composition represents two aspects of my experience as a photographer. First it shows my photographic “seeing” of what I feel is a cool composition with a lot of visual interest. Secondly, it’s quite typical of my experience whenever I have my camera and I’m walking with my family. Always in the rear snapping away, followed by a scurried attempt to catch backup. Sound familiar?
Camp North End is a massive adaptive reuse project on a 76-acre industrial site north of Uptown Charlotte, North Carolina. There were numerous old warehouse structures offering photographers a rich array of compositional opportunities.