Friday Mystery Photo

Unless you have been to this small shopping building I would not expect you to know it, so chances are very slim for anyone to know where it is, but you never know, maybe, just maybe one of you my great visitors actually been to this place. Also if you are investigative enough and have laser sharp eyes then you might be able to figure it out just by looking at this photo as well. Who’s first?

Saturday Update: A few very good guesses! All of those places probably have similar shopping centers, but this one happens to be in downtown Asheville North Carolina. This was one of the first photos I took with D800 about twelve months ago on one of my visits to Asheville. The amount of detail this camera provides is really incredible.

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25 thoughts on “Friday Mystery Photo

  1. Great photo of an absolutely charming spot. I love the open spiral staircases!
    It doesn’t feel American to me, although I am admittedly ignorant of the East Coast. 😉

  2. I have no idea, but the photo is absolutely beautiful! Check out my travel blogs at traviscaulfield.wordpress.com and traviscaulfield2.wordpress.com. I can’t wait to follow more of your great travel photos!

  3. Howdy Dmitrii – I recognized that shopping center immediately. I took a lot of photos of the gargoyles and other decorations in the columns and trimwork while my wife shopped when we were there a couple of summers ago. Nice place, though it seemed almost spooky-quiet…

  4. Thanks for visiting and liking my latest blog post. As a new blogger, it’s encouraging to get positive feedback from those much more experienced than I. I will enjoy following your blog, I am learning so much by reading other people’s photo blogs.

  5. You may have already said where this is, but I wanted to guess before looking if the answer was here. Somewhere in Canada? Thanks so much for visiting and liking my post on the beach and depression.

  6. I usually don’t like to talk hardware because it’s really not the camera that makes great pictures but the artist who uses the instrument well. I do love your HDR work in any case. What camera(s) are you using?

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