I shot this a couple of weeks back. Wasn’t quite what I was looking for, but I still like the angles and curves. Ideally, there would have been someone sitting on one of the benches. Or that woman in the distance would have been closer. But hey, what can you do, right? I could have waited, and waited some more, but I wasn’t in the mood that day. I did wait a few minutes, but not like 20 minutes or something. I can always return, if I like. The thing is, I have another shot, taken last year, that I prefer. It’s pretty much the same thing but in landscape orientation and from a slightly different vantage point. I shared it way back then. Anyway, hope you like it.
Dave, The Lazy Photographer
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