81 Broadway Street in Asheville, NC. The straight lines and elevation change in the City caught my attention. Selective focus bellow lens to draw your eye to the curb service mural.
About Jonathan JacksonRealtor® serving Western North Carolina, photography enthusiast & aspiring traveler. I'm taking time to share daily experiences, seeking education on local history and cataloging images from a lifelong passion.
The Appalachian Stage is stop #13 on the Asheville Urban Trail. Bronze statues created by Gary Aslum honor the bluegrass roots of the area.
Bellow lens street scene in Asheville, NC. The street lights work as a leading line into the composition with the Public Service Building acting as the backdrop.
Another reshoot on the Asheville Urban Trail (#14) in 2021. The shopping daze metal installation celebrates an era when Haywood Street was the center of shopping. The stores that comprise the current downtown are energetic and eclectic. Located right in front of Malaprops Bookstore at 55 Haywood.
Reshot Stop #6 in 2021 on the Asheville Urban Trail. Elizabeth Blackwell was an Asheville resident and first female in the country to earn a medical degree. She also went on to found the world's first 4-year medical college for women and created the New York Infirmary for Women and Children in 1857.
Went back to photograph First Baptist Church, Station #1 on the Asheville Architecture Trail. Wanted to focus more on the roof designed by Douglas Ellington, built between 1925-1927.
Station #4 on the Asheville Architecture Tour is the Jackson Building. When completed in 1924 the building was North Carolina's tallest skyscraper. Couple of images from a recent walk, still waiting to capture an image of the building that I really like...
I remember taking this image while visiting family camping at Cascade Lake but can't remember the year. Thirds composition with the tree creating the line. Nice fall color reflections.