The local streets in the downtown area of my city (Raleigh, NC, U.S.) have so many different textures.
The buildings cover a number of different centuries and many different decades.
The paving materials for some of the streets and sidewalks have different textures.
The buildings use different materials each with their own texture.
The photos I'm using are from different seasons and were taken over the past several years.
One of my favorite parts about downtown is there is a lot of variety, not like some of the boring malls and suburban shopping areas and neighborhoods.
I don't live or work in downtown Raleigh, although I worked in downtown Raleigh in the early 1980s and the early 1990s.
The company I work for now is located in downtown Durham, NC about 25 miles from Raleigh, although I primarily work from my home computer in my Raleigh subdivision.
You are very talented, your compositions are beautiful!This city has so charming streets!
Looks like a wonderful mix of modern, and historic styles :) Happy photo hunting and weekend Carver :)
We have similar theme this saturday. Happy photo hunting~
Seems like I also have similar concept as you.. Nice..
a beautiful blend of architecture and colours. great shots for both themes.
i like the vibe of the city. it appears to be friendly to pedestrians. lots to see.
These streets look like ones I've been on in other parts of the US -- but also cleaner than quite a few of them! ;b
Lots of different texture and love the colours. I like the sidewalks.
Your photos are amazingly sharp and show all the different physical and seasonal textures.
Beautiful shots and light, very nice city indeed.
Happy weekend, Carver!
Nice combination of both themes and also a nice sightseeing tour for me !
Excellent tour!! And the textures are sublime. Great combining effort. I try to do the very same, tho my two memes are different. LOL
My Photo Post today is: BUTTERFLY HOUSE Textures
I think I would just as soon work from my home computer as well!
I've never been to Raleigh. In face, I've never been to NC, so this was a wonderful tour. You are right that the textures make the city uniquely photogenic. I especially liked the 3rd and 4th pictures.
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