A brief evening stop in Charleston, WV as I returned to Athens, OH from Chapel Hill, NC where I spent the Thanksgiving weekend with my brother, his wife, and her mother. The Charleston city hall building is one of the most striking I have seen in my travels. A quaint city built along the Elk and Kanawha rivers and nestled in the rolling hills of the Kanawha forest, Charleston provides a nice urban surprise in a region that is predominantly rural. If you find yourself in the area it’s worth a stop. Here’s a sample of the fun I had in shooting around the grounds of the city hall.
In Between Days
16 Jan This entry was published on January 16, 2011 at 8:38 am. It’s filed under Architecture, Art Photography, Cityscape, Photography, Photojournalism, Urban and tagged architecture, charleston, charleston city hall building, charleston west virginia, charleston wv, city, city hall, creama buscaro, creama buscaro photography, creamabuscaro, jeff byrnes, jeff byrnes photographer, jeff byrnes photography, state capitol, state capitol building, travel, travel photography, urban, west virginia, west virginia state capitol, west virginia state capitol building.