I wanted to post one more Architecture Photography image from my trip to Nashville TN from a few weeks ago. Now that the rains have stopped and we can see blue sky again here in Charlotte. This image does illustrate a point that you don’t always need perfect blue skies to get a great shot.
The other note on this image is that a few years ago, this river flooded…over the tops of the banks seen here in the background and up almost to the top where the bridge deck is. Massive amounts of rain in a very short time. I have other shots of this bridge and the city on Flickr and you can get a different look at the banks and imaging the water going over the bank and 2 blocks up into downtown. We’re talking “Noah” time.
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As I said, I have more shots of Nashville on my Flickr site even the ones I posted on Facebook while I was there. Of course, a shout out to the Farm Bureau and all our local farmers. Bring a kid to a farm. Let them know their food doesn’t come from the grocery store but from the ground and a pig and a cow (just sayin’).
Now that’s relaxin’! My idea of how to spend a hot afternoon.
Yes, I did go to Hawaii and, yes, it was beautiful. We were shooting a group of 50 or so folks at the Hilton Hawaiian Village and when climbing up the ladder, I turned around to see this image. This is the only photo of me (really) from the trip but it proves the point that sometimes the most interesting images are behind you. It also reminds me of something we don’t have here in my neighborhood. Palm Trees. There are some here in Charlotte, but I have never seen them.
I had the opportunity to travel with Mike Danna and his video crew from Louisiana, to Kualoa Regional Beach Park off the North Shore of Oahu to view the island of Mokolii, also known as the Chinaman’s Hat. At low tide, you walk right over to this smallest of Hawaiian islands (1477 ft) or just take a canoe or kayak. A storm was brewing so we only had a short amount of time to get the video needed and for me to take a few shots. When I turned around to leave, here’s what we saw…
Back home in Charlotte, ready to tackle 2012. Couldn’t have started any better.