This Thursday I went to the NC Cancer Hospital at UNC for my standard melanoma follow-up. Everything was fine and I had my camera so I took some vertical shots for the photohunters theme.
The shot above is the ground floor garden at the Cancer Hospital and you can see vertical metal in between the windows. The shot below is the second floor garden just off the surgical oncology clinic and in that shot you get a closer view of the vertical window dividers.
After my appointment I went to the NC Botanical garden in search of more vertical photo ops. The bench below has a back rest made of vertical wooden boards.
The trees lining the path to the Paul Green cabin which is in the mountain habitat portion of the garden are vertical.
In the shot below you can see a lattice trellis made of vertical and horizontal wood on the right side of the picture. Later in the growing season there will be plants growing on the lattice, or there has been other times I've been to the garden.
In the last shot there is a gate made of vertical and slanted metal with bird shapes on top. The gate blocks off the staff part of the garden from the visitors.
For more vertical photohunters, you can visit the home of the hunt where participants post their links beginning on Saturday mornings.