Wonderful Late Fall Morning Light
This morning while I was waiting for the post office to open I went down to T-Wharf to see if there were any photographs to be made. As I pulled in I immediately noticed that a crew of men were blasting out the old mortar in the bricks of the Town building at the beginning of the wharf. Looking against the light (my favorite thing) proved to be the best way to shoot it. I had all my Canon gear with me but I pulled out the G15 with a polarizing filter on it to make the shot. An interesting framing opportunity came up with a leading line going in to the guy working and then leading out with the building in the background and then coming back in with the the top of the building and the houses further in the background. Thus forming a kind of "Z" pattern. Something I always look for when looking at subjects to photograph is leading lines or perspective as it leads your eye around the frame.
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