Charlotte has a lot of modern architecture along with traditional buildings. Here is a black and white image reflecting the architectural symmetry of this building.
Light from the windows creates patterns and shadows in the workshop
Shadows on a walking bridge created by the setting sun at Belfast, Maine
A bench under a tree to view the famous landmarks of Sydney – Opera House and Harbor Bridge. Circa 1987.
A black and white version of Sydney Harbor from a converted slide circa 1987
Although covered with gold leaf and known as the Golden Pavilion (Kyoto, Japan), I converted this slide image (circa 1985) to monochrome.
The winding staircase of The Currituck Beach Lighthouse, Outer Banks, North Carolina, offers ample photographic opportunities.
Here is an image of the semi-circular designs in monochrome …..
A shot of sailboats against the sun ….
It almost appears that the sun is lighting this lamp ….
A striking silhouette of a bench and lamp-post on the river walk shot against the sun
As it gets lower in the sky, the sun casts shadows of the railings on the sidewalk
As the hot air balloons fly against the sun, they create interesting silhouettes in the sky
A portrait of a street performer in Asheville, North Carolina
Spectacular cloud formations over Yosemite National Park from Glacier Point
Bullocks or oxen are beasts of burden in India and help plow fields or pull carts. Here are a pair resting after a hard day’s work in Kayavarohan.
More intricate workmanship in the carvings at Ahilya Fort, Maheshwar, India
The setting sun over the Pacific Ocean creates silhouettes …
As requested by a viewer, I am posting the original version in color
Capturing candle type lights in a black and white image
An example of the various materials of different textures and patterns used in the old buildings at Hart Square (A village from the 1800s preserved in its entirety right here in the hills of Hickory, North Carolina.)
Kudos to Bob Hart, a doctor, who has been going and going for 40 years now on this land. He’s gathered 100 buildings from the surrounding counties and moved them to this 200-acre haven. He’s stuffed the cabins with beds, chairs, food, dresses, shoes, brooms, medicine. Each structure represents a part of this village he calls Hart Square.
I hope you enjoyed this series on the amazing buildings and structures at Hart Square.