Joining the Bernie meme craze, we are sharing this photo of Bernie enjoying music in Uptown Charlotte. I thought it was very cool that Bernie put his meme photo on a tee-shirt and “100% of the proceeds go toward Meals on Wheels Vermont”.
Today’s photo shows one of my favorite Cool Globes in Uptown Charlotte. It is called Recycling and is specific to contact lenses. I like this globe because of the beautiful painting and I like the message. Following is an excerpt from the plaque on the globe.
Contact lenses are small enough to be considered a microplastic in terms of pollution .. adding to the hundreds of thousands of tons of microplastic floating in our oceans .. recycling .. through sites like Terracycle.
There are globes on display in Uptown Charlotte. The exhibit is called Cool Globes. The plaque says:
Climate change is a global problem, and solving it will require global solutions … the solutions that will power our future work best and have an exponentially better outcome when we work together.
Following is a link to the Cool Globes website. Also, a link has been included for today’s photo saved on Flickr with the caption Cool Globes in Charlotte. This one is called Unity is Strength.
Apples on a windowsill were found in the 4th ward of Uptown Charlotte. I think there is a song by that title. Also, there are numerous internet images of apples on a windowsill. However, I don’t know why this would be done. So I googled the subject. Following are a few possibilities.
- Storing apples on your windowsill is likely to increase the amount of healthy polyphenols in their skin
- bring prosperity
- from the poem “The act of loving” by Karen Ethelsdattar
Today’s photo shows a sculpture found in the Two Wells Fargo Center plaza. I share the photo because of the concept of offering a helping hand. Also, the photo was shared because of my efforts to chose scenes which include people. In the background you will notice a gentleman enjoying the sun. Also, a family is enjoying a meal.
Today’s photo shows a glimpse of an art display at the Mint Museum. Unfortunately we are not attending indoor events. Fortunately, the exhibit is on display through September 6th and my age category will be vaccinated before then.
The Mint Museum website shares the following description of the art we caught a glimpse of:
Brooklyn-based artist Summer Wheat’s Foragers is a monumental work of art spanning four stories and 3,720 square feet in Mint Museum Uptown’s Robert Haywood Morrison Atrium. A myriad of vibrant panels that give the illusion of stained glass fill the atrium’s 96 windows and weave a story of women who labor to build the communities that form the spine of modern society.
Following is a link which contains a video about the Foragers in detail. Also, a link has been included for today’s photo saved on Flickr with the caption Glimpse of an art display at the Mint Museum in Uptown Charlotte.
Today’s photo shows dynamic art on the side of a parking garage in Uptown Charlotte. The art is composed of sun catching polished metal pieces which the wind moves causing patterns of light.
This solar smart flower was found in the First Ward Park. The flower follows the sun and folds up at night. Their website says the flower folds up and cleans itself nightly. With this intelligence the smart flower makes 40% more energy than traditional solar panels. Plus it looks good.
This mural was found in Uptown Charlotte at Sprite Square. I liked the message: “When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change”
The mural is signed as Traveling Gypsy @DUARTE_DESIGNS
An art project, in Uptown Charlotte, involves globes painted in different themes. The globe, at the Blumenthal Art Center, shows a reproduction of the famous Scream painting. In my opinion the scream is an accurate depiction of 2020.
I one of the Uptown Charlotte condo complexes, they have shelfs next to each doorway. Today’s photo shares some of the shelf art on display.
Following is a link to this photo on Flickr.
While walking along the Lite Rail Trail we noticed this heart with a line of people posing for photos. The heart is part of a temporary exhibit. Following is a link to our photo with the heart.
We were shopping at Best Buy when this photo was taken. We also frequently park at the Metropolitan because it gives us easy access to the Little Sugar Creek Greenway. In addition Trader Joe’s, great restaurants, and outdoor music can be found at the Metropolitan.
This photo was taken from a parking garage. The mural is signed by @naploetanoArt
Yesterday we voted in the North Carolina special election. To hedge our bets we also made banana nut bread. So regardless of the outcome we will be happy.