There’s a lesson hidden in this shot. I always do my best to compose the shot in camera, and that’s not a bad rule to follow. The less you have to crop, the better you get at composing. However, it never hurts to take a “just in case” shot. What I mean is, zoom out (wider) to include the surrounding area of your composition so you have one image where, if necessary, you can crop it into something appealing during post processing. In this case I did not do that. The idea I had in the field did not include a square format with nine windows in it. I only “saw” that shot when I looked at the photo in Lightroom. Problem is, when I saw the shot I also realized I hadn’t taken a shot wide enough to accommodate such a crop. The result? The windows at the top right are cut off. It’s not the end of the world, but it is a tad disappointing. And even if I returned, what’s the chances that the one window will have the curtains tied up like that again? Slim to none.