While strolling through Uptown Charlotte this mural caught my eye and as a result this photo is being shared. I love the message of “equity”. The quality of being fair and impartial.
This photo shows the Charlotte skyline as seen from Marshall Park. The buildings in the skyline are; Duke Energy Center, Museum Tower apartments, Three Wells Fargo, One Wells Fargo, Two Wells Fargo, Charlotte Plaza, Hyatt Place/Skye Condo, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Government Center, and Bank of America Corporate Center.
The photo was taken last weekend on a walk from Uptown, to the Little Sugar Creek Greenway, then along East Boulevard, to the light Rail Trail, and back to Uptown.
This photo was taken last weekend on a walk from Uptown, along the Little Sugar Creek Greenway, East Boulevard , and the Rail Trail in the South End. This photo was take next to the bridge crossing the traffic loop around uptown. The buildings in the background are the Bank of America Tower, the Duke Energy Center, and the Alley building.
Today’s photo looks the opposite direction from the two photos shared the previous days. The sun is prominent in the photo as is the Uptown art. The is a similar piece of art on the other side of the street. Jointly they welcome visitors to Uptown Charlotte.
Is Uptown the upside down version of downtown? I ask because tomorrow is theme day in the City Daily Photo community and upside down is the theme. I chose to go with a more literal interpretation of the theme but it is always fun to see the different interpretations. Join us tomorrow for an upside down tour of the world.
This photo was taken on the South Tryon Street overpass crossing Interstate 277. The City Daily Photo theme day can be found at July 2015 gallery – upside down.