This one dates back to 2011. I didn’t process it at the time and I can’t say why. Probably just moved on and forgot to get back to this folder. I’m not much for photographing houses or walking through residential neighbourhoods, really. Bores me to death. I need action and people. Anyway, I came across this one last night and decided to process it and see what I could do to liven it up. It won’t be in my book but I do like it. Oh, and this is one of the wide angle shots (but cropped down) from my old Tokina 11-16mm f2.8 lens. I miss that baby. I’m thinking to buy that new 15-30mm f2.8 Tokina when it hits the shelves this spring. Anyway, hope you like the shot.
Dave, The Lazy Photographer
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