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Monday, August 24, 2009

That's My World - More shots from Greensboro, NC


Greensboro, NC is about 75 miles from where I live and I often pass it on the highway on my way to somewhere else. I've been posting a lot of shots of Greensboro lately because having some time to kill while waiting for a late flight, I was able to take a lot of photographs both from the car and walking around.


I can't tell you anything about the first shot except that the church caught my eye as we drove by. The second shot includes the cultural center I featured last week but this time I'm shooting the 3 triangles of the roof line from the back. The shot below is a mix of buildings I shot as we zoomed by.


For my last shot I have a teaser in a way. I was able to shoot a bit of the mural that lies behind the archway while we were stuck in traffic. I would like to go back sometime and see what the whole mural looks like.


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Indrani said...

The green triangles in the second shot looks terrific! I am keen to see the murals too. :)

Cheffie-Mom said...

I love the colors and clouds in the first one!

Cheffie-Mom said...

I probably should have said "sky" instead of clouds! LOL!

Daryl said...

Excellent .. and that sky .. I hope you didnt get wet

Sylvia K said...

What a great walk around Greensboro! And marvelous photos as always, Carver!



Cezar and Léia said...

This city is awesome!You took amazing shots but the first one got my heart!Breathtaking!

Janie said...

I really like the first and last shots. Interesting glance under the archway.

Ebie said...

I cannot see your photos. I will come back later tonight from home.

Starnitesky said...

Lots of interesting architecture, I like the green triangles - very modern.

J Bar said...

Great shots. Love the triangle roof.
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Anonymous said...

Wonderful shots!
And thanks! I like it (My World) actually even more than Skywatch, for it has a bit more substance and you learn so much. So I'm glad I came up with it. :)

Gaelyn said...

Nice church and interesting looking bit of mural.

SandyCarlson said...

I love the architecture. North Carolina beats all.

Rajesh said...

Wonderful shots. The buildings are lovely and the double collor of clouds is nice.

James said...

Hi Carver, Excellent shots! I would like to see more of the mural and the Piedmont building.

Denise said...

Loved your photographs. They show a place I hope to go to one day. Thanks for sharing them.

Ebie said...

Hi Carver, the second shot interests me. The 3 green triangles, could they be some kind of a sunroof (free natural light? Great angle shot on the last one.

Arija said...

Interesting snippets of this and that. I hope when you are back there you also re-visit the church and get a shot of the rose-wheel window from the inside.

Eleanor said...

Greensboro looks like an elegant and prosperous city. I like the mix of roofs with the three triangles!

Hazel said...

The tree is very neat against the red building. Beautiful shots. My favorite is the first one.

Wolynski said...

Love that doorway with the mural peeking out - good work.

Anya said...

Thanks for so many beautiful shots,
they are all AMAZING :)

lissa said...

nice visit to Greensboro

I would also like to see the mural as well, they bring character to cities and buildings

Snap said...

I want you to go back and see the rest of the mural, too. Looks like fun! The building with the green triangles really catches the eye. Thanks for sharing more of Greensboro!

Ayie said...

very clean and neat place with great buildings =)


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