1186 – Such A Little Thing Makes Such A Big Difference

Really, it does. It’s more or less the same image as in “1182 – Where Do The Children Play II“. The point of view is not exactly the same, for once because I couldn’t remember exactly, but more important, I had to avoid some bright lights that would have been at the edge of the frame. It’s a different game when the lights come up.

Other than that, I was there 48 minutes later than last time, and it makes quite a difference.

The Song of the Day is “Such A Little Thing Makes Such A Big Difference” from Morrissey’s 1990 album “Bona Drag”. See a 2005 live performance on YouTube.

2 thoughts on “1186 – Such A Little Thing Makes Such A Big Difference”

  1. A “little thing”? Talk about understatement! For most images, I think most will agree that light makes all the difference. I know there are those who downplay the importance of light, but I’ve always had trouble with that argument. Your comparison here is an excellent example. The first image is OK, but this one instantly grabs you. And I think the timing was perfect. If you’d waited for the street lamp in the foreground to come on, it would have spoiled the effect (in my opinion).

  2. I agree with Paul. If that street lamp had come one, you would have had to crop down to exclude it. I never noticed that building on the right in your first image – but there it is very prominent and glowing orange. I do like the difference in the colors of the two light sources.

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