The courthouse in downtown Danville, Virginia is not that different in design from what you’d see elsewhere. So, what I did was to position myself in various locations in front, looking up the steps to the main doors. The fact that one of the doors was made of brightly polished brass, and the railing up the steps was similar in nature, gave me some contrasty colors in the photo composition. My first capture (above) is different from my second and third below. Point being to “move around” when making photos and get away from the standard “tourist-type” composition. Try to create interest in what you make.