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Capture the Beauty of Charlotte's Skyline in These 3 Spots.

The Hornet's Nest

CHARLOTTE, NC- August 19 is celebrated as World Photography Day. If you want to make artwork dedicated to Mother Nature, opt for these skylines view of Charlotte.

Each building in Charlotte is distinctive with its own characteristic that makes the skyline of Charlotte can look astonishingly beautiful in the right hands of a skilled photographer. To celebrate the upcoming world photography day, capture the beauty of the city with your camera by photo-hunting in these 3 Charlotte skyline spots:

1. Hawthorne Lane Bridge

If you want to capture the modern part of the city, bring your camera to Hawthorne Lane Bridge located between Sunnyside Avenue and Bay Street. Going to this spot just before the evening will reward you with an epic picture of the sun setting behind blocks of building with a highway view. In addition to capturing the sunset, take an evening stroll around this area for some dynamic pictures of people doing their business.

2. Airport overlook

CLT Airport offers a public viewing area. The CLT Airport Overlook Drive provides a distant view of the skyline as well as a front-row seat to witness airplanes arriving and departing. If you wish to snap the moment of planes take-off and landing or an emotional picture of lovers who are too sad to be apart, make this spot your next destination for photo hunting.

3. Bland Street Station

For the classic photo of the city with a hint of nostalgia remembrance, go to Bland Street Station located on 1511 Camden Road. This spot offers a great view of the skyline along with the rail trail, people traffic, and biking. There are also a diverse array of nearby restaurants if taking pictures of food is your passion.

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