Every year about mid-July, I wait for a clear day while the Crape myrtle trees are blooming to get the “classic” daytime shot of downtown Raleigh for the year. I use my 24-foot tall tripod to raise the camera above the bright blooms to get a perspective you can't see from the ground.

September 17, 2020
by Matt Robinson
Every year about mid-July, I wait for a clear day while the Crape myrtle trees are blooming to get the "classic" daytime shot of downtown Raleigh for the year. I use my 24-foot tall tripod to raise the camera above the bright blooms to get a perspective y
Every year about mid-July, I wait for a clear day while the Crape myrtle trees are blooming to get the “classic” daytime shot of downtown Raleigh for the year. I use my 24-foot tall tripod to raise the camera above the bright blooms to get a perspective you can't see from the ground.
This photograph is part of the RaleighSkyline.com.com series "Raleigh Summer Recap 2020".
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