This abstract Asheville cityscape shows off some of the detail in the Jackson Building. Also seen are the Reflections of unity sculpture, Thomas Wolfe's Angel and the Asheville Museum of Art.
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The Vance Monument is still present in the reflection of the wide shot. The covering blew off a few weeks ago but I'd prefer to focus on the Reflections of Unity sculpture. Black and white infrared.
Looking towards North Asheville from the Rankin Street Garage. Cloudless day but the sun created dramatic contrast in the infrared black and white.
The Rankin Street Garage is a great place to check out Asheville. Didn't have any clouds to work with on this trip but tried to split the composition into 3rds.
The Arras is the tallest building in Asheville, measuring 18 stories at 228 feet. Originally built as an office complex in 1964 I grew up knowing it as the BB&T building. Recent renovation has changed it into a hotel and condo in the center of town.