Theme day – mirrors

photo taken by Denton Harryman and shared on Flickr as creative commons (CC0)

Today is Theme day in the City Daily Photo community and the theme is mirrors. Our theme contribution is this art display found in Charlotte. The name of the display is Covid Confessional and you quickly note that it is focused on social distancing. The art display is set of iridescent curved walls, with a six foot radius, that are activated by light. The walls includes color and reflection.

selfie in Covid confessional

We also took a selfie which shows the reflective (i.e. mirror) nature of the display. However, we have no Covid transgressions to confess. Actually, we have been very careful and look forward to the pandemic ending.

Please visit other bloggers who are participating in the March theme day – mirrors.

In addition we are sharing a link to Studio Dickey which presented the Covid Confessional. Also, we are sharing a link to a Charlotte Observer article about I Heart Rail Trail: Lights 2021 which includes a video of the light displays including the Covid Confessional.

Following is a link for today’s photo saved on Flickr with the caption: An art exhibit, called Covid Confessional, found in the South End near Uptown Charlotte.

theme day, smile

photo taken by Denton Harryman and shared on Flickr as creative commons (CC0)

Today is theme day, in the City Daily Photo community. The theme is smiles and our contribution is this family enjoying an outdoor meal in one of the plaza’s in Uptown. During the pandemic smiles have been hard to find. They were there but behind mask. It’s a little thing but I really miss smiles and delight when they appear.

Please visit other bloggers who are participating in the February theme day – Smile.

Theme Day (photo of the year)

It is the first of the month and the City Daily Photo community theme is “photo of the year”. I did not post many photos at Charlotte Daily Photo this year so I searched my iPhone memories and chose this photo of my grandson celebrating his win at monopoly. With this photo I wish you all a new year full of things to celebrate.

Please visit other bloggers who are participating in the January theme day.

bicycles found in your city

Theme Day is bicycles found in your city.  Our city is Charlotte
It is theme day … bicycles found in your city … and our contribution presents the idea that sometimes the best thing about a bicycles is where it takes you. In this case the Dandelion Market in Uptown Charlotte. Connie and I often enjoy wine and appetizers at the Dandelion bar on quite Sunday afternoons … Follow this link for interpretations, of the bicycle theme, from around the world.

This photo was taken at 118 West 5th Street in Uptown Charlotte. Following is a link the Dandelion Market website.

theme day is upside down

Theme day, upside down chairs
Theme day is upside down this month .. literally and figuratively. Our literal contribution is this photo of chairs turned upside down so the floor can be moped. Check out yesterday’s post to see my figurative interpretation. Actually, I found this theme difficult because there are not many things upside down in my life (smile).

Follow this link to enjoy interpretations of the theme from around the world … July 2015 Gallery – Upside Down.

This photo was taken at one of the restaurants on East Boulevard in historic Dilworth near uptown Charlotte.

theme day – stylish

theme day - stylish is in the eye of the beholder.  art found at the Mint Museum in Uptown Charlotte
Style is in the eye of the beholder. To me this is a great alternative to wearing a tie (smile). Today is theme day – stylish … in the City Daily Photo community. This theme presented some real challenges for me. Last weekend we were at a great lounge and many young ladies were dressed quite stylishly … not ready to be told no I let the opportunity pass … then I found that the Mint Museum in Uptown Charlotte had a special Holston and Warhol exhibit from March 7th through June 14th … a perfect opportunity because there was some serious stylish going on … however no photos were allowed … so we also went to see the second special exhibit called body embellishment … not really my cup of tea until I found that some of the pieces of art had Safe for Social signs … once confirming the signs meaning with the guard I snapped this photo with my iPhone and will now dutifully include a #TheMintMuseum hash tag. Also, I should share that the art was created by Swiss artist David Bielander

Visit the City Daily Photo theme day and enjoy interpretations of stylish from around the world.

PS: Checkout the Daily Photo Collage. It is a fast fun way to see the photos from the City Daily Photo community. Hover over each thumbnail you will see who posted, from where, the title, and when the post was made. Click on the photo and you are taken to the site … enjoy!

theme day, what would you miss

Theme day, what would you miss if you had to leave Charlotte
Today is Theme day, what would you miss had to leave forever. We choose to share a photo of the Charlotte signpost which stand in The Green, a park in Uptown Charlotte. Note that at the bottom the it says Charlotte North Carolina, Center of the Known World (smile). Actually this does a good job of depicting what I would miss … being at the center of it all. We live in Condo’s which overlook the park in which this signpost stands. Arts, sports, great dinning, green spaces, and commerce radiate out from this central point.

For more interpretation of the theme please visit the City Daily Photo what would you miss theme page.

This photo was taken at 435 South Tryon Street in Uptown Charlotte.