At first glance, this is a rather staid image. Believe me, I know. I stared at it for sometime; and that's when it got interesting. The light was harsh but it was a rare day with low humidity. The more I studied this photo I began to understand why I shot it.
It was all about the composition of those wonderfully erratic shapes and perspectives. From the deteriorating awning leading back to the chimneys to the triangular shadow connecting with the angle of the truck's fifth wheel; things just connected. And I saw it. I felt good that day.
Lens: 92 mm | Aperture:f 4 | Shutter: 1/1000 sec | ISO: 100