When I took this shot I was actually more interested in the lines created by the dark areas of the buildings and the light of the sky. It’s weird, but I often find I’m better able to judge a shot when viewing it as a thumbnail than seeing the enlarged image. The thumbnail is small so you can’t really make out details, only shapes and angles and such. If I find those shapes and angles and light and dark areas interesting, I’ll likely like the photo viewed in full size. Plus, I can skim over the numerous thumbnails filling the screen at once and look for those that sort of stand out. Anyway, there you have it. Hope you had a nice weekend. I didn’t get up to much at all again. Not sure why, just couldn’t bring myself to going out. Oh well. Next weekend’s a photo walk so I’m planning to go to that.
Dave, The Lazy Photographer
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