Clouds with blue sky, endless mountain ranges and greenery at Blue Ridge Mountains, North Carolina
Water flowing down the rocks surrounded by greenery – a common sight in North Carolina
Cloud shadows on the Blue Ridge Mountains, North Carolina
Tranquility of a farm scene in rural North Carolina
A bench to enjoy the view at Intra-coastal Waterway at Sunset Beach, North Carolina
We end our series of images from Raleigh, North Carolina with a panoramic view of the city glowing at blue hour.
A train station is empty at night in Raleigh, North Carolina
Rail lines leading towards sunset in Raleigh, North Carolina
Rail lines coming together at sunset in Raleigh, North Carolina
This water feature for Sarah P. Duke Gardens in Durham, North Carolina is a naturalistic creek-style water feature consisting of a series of cascades/waterfalls and creek system.
A strategically placed small bridge adds to the landscape at Duke Gardens, Durham, North Carolina
The Sarah P. Duke Gardens in Durham, North Carolina consist of approximately 55 acres of landscaped and wooded areas at Duke University. There are 5 miles of walks and pathways throughout the gardens. More than 400,000 visitors from all over the world visit Sarah P. Duke Gardens annually. Will be posting some images from the gardens this week.
Topped by a wisteria-covered pergola, the Terrace beds are filled each season with marvelous combinations of bulbs, annuals, perennials, ornamental grasses, trees and shrubs. Container plantings complement the landscape designs.
A red shirt, red umbrellas and their shadows and reflections at a plaza in Raleigh, North Carolina
City Plaza is located in the heart of Raleigh, North Carolina and features four glass retail pavilions, an interactive fountain, 50-foot programmable light towers and three sculptures from N.C.-based artists. It’s where celebrations and civic pride are demonstrated year round.
The Daily Planet is 72 feet tall, and its placement — wedged against the side of a downtown building in Raleigh, North Carolina, as if it rolled there — somehow makes it look even more colossal. The globe is a hollow steel ball covered in hi-res satellite photos of the Earth.
Symmetry of stone arches leading to the door at Duke Chapel, Raleigh, North Carolina. Impressive in both color and black & white images.
The simple yet attractive design of stone arches at Duke Chapel in North Carolina
A chain blocks the entrance to a door but can’t hide the beauty of ornate, stone arches at Duke Chapel in North Carolina
The doorway to Duke University Chapel in North Carolina is quite impressive. Carved on the ornate entrance to the Chapel are ten figures important to Methodism, Protestantism, and the American South.
Duke University Chapel is a chapel located at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. Constructed from 1930 to 1932, the Chapel seats about 1,800 people and stands 210 feet tall, making it one of the tallest buildings in Durham County. It is built in the Collegiate Gothic style, characterized by its large stones, pointed arches, and ribbed vaults.