A color sitting area in The Green, a small park in Uptown Charlotte
A construction crane casts reflections on the Duke Energy Center in Charlotte
The reflections on glass completely distort a building in uptown Charlotte, North Carolina
With tall glass buildings in Charlotte, the reflections are surreal
Modern glass buildings blend with the sky in Charlotte, North Carolina
A colorful umbrella of an ice cream vendor in Romare Bearden Park adds to the Charlotte skyline
The Bechtler Museum of Modern Art in Charlotte, North Carolina, is a 36,500-square-foot museum space dedicated to the exhibition of mid-20th-century modern art. The architecture of the museum is modern too and stands out midst other buildings in uptown Charlotte.
We end this series of images from Charlotte, North Carolina with a striking photo spot at night at the waterfall in Bearden Park
A closeup of the waterfall in Charlotte reveals a mosaic of colors in the water
It is not only blue hour in Charlotte, but also a multi-color hour due to the colorful lighting on the waterfall
The lights in the tall buildings and waterfall light up Charlotte
The waterfall at Bearden Park lights up at dusk to provide a contrast to the Charlotte skyline
The setting sun casts a golden glow on the skyline of Charlotte, North Carolina
Romare Bearden Park offers picturesque views of the Charlotte skyline
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.
Very unusual reflections on the building in Charlotte, almost like modern art!
Walking the streets of Charlotte at certain times of the day reveals interesting reflections off the glass of various buildings.
Metalmorphosis, in Charlotte, is a modern art piece by artist David Cerny featuring a huge head in the center of a circular fountain. The polished steel surface acts as a mirror reflecting North Carolina’s blue sky and clouds.
A photographer captures the image of the Metalmorphosis in transition as a plane flies overhead in Charlotte, North Carolina
When the motorized, internet-controlled segments of Metalmorphosis (in Charlotte) are rotating, the result is an oddly mesmerizing perpetually moving showpiece which alternately looks like a human head—with disturbing, gaping holes where the mouth or eyes should be—or, alternately, like nothing replicated in the physical world.