I captured this photo of a lady and child walking the hills in Italy, by focusing on a part of the much larger wall mural painted on the side of a building in downtown Greensboro, NC. I liked this composition, and finding it on the side of a large building was a nice surprise.
A World War Two era wooden chapel at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. A new sidewalk in front contrasts with the much older, but still vibrant building, which has seen many worshipers in its day.
Agains the background of an pld red brick building, these two bushes stand out. I sought symmetry in the composition.
Our yard has many dogwood trees…and this year they have been by far the most beautiful I’ve seen over the past nine years.
Looks like a house in an MGM 1940’s era Hollywood movie. Such as “Meet Me in St Louis.” This one is located in North Carolina.
Adjacent buildings…contrasting colors…same script “T” letter on the facade.
If you look closely, you’ll see that the house numbers are scotch-taped on the front of this building. A good wind might make the address 08 or 10.