Lines, intersecting lines, parallel lines. Leave it to me spend 35 minutes in a empty parking lot on a late Sunday afternoon to shoot the underside of a freeway overpass. This location was not even the my first choice to shoot. I was hoping to shoot more in downtown proper, but there was still too much light for the locations I had in mind. Long story short, I ended here, a nice card-accessed parking lot with landscaping that is empty as it is only used during the weekdays.
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Once again, I struggled a bit with whether I should do a monochrome conversion or leave the photograph in color. I will likely process the original photo at a later date and do compare and contrast with this photo.
Despite spending over 30 minutes at this location, I almost did not take the final 7 shots (all of which are of this composition). I had already put away the camera and was headed back to the car when I notice this view. I contemplate for about 10 seconds and decided to set up for these final shots.
EXIF data: Nikon D7000, center weighted metering mode, ISO 100, 50mm, f/1.8, 1/60 sec
Sacramento, Overpass/Interchange, Girders, Monochrome. Sacramento, California. September 22, 2013. © Copyright Steven Tze – all rights reserved.