1439 – A Good Old Fashioned Town

Three days without update? I was lazy. Sorry, I can offer no other excuse đŸ™‚

Let’s try to get back to synchronicity real fast, shall we? This is an image from Wels, a small town of pre-Roman origin in Upper Austria. We were there at a fair, and this is an image from the main square. It’s a variation on the last days’ “Shooting into the Sun” theme, this time it is right behind the glass of the street light.

The Song of the Day is “A Good Old Fashioned Town” from Paul Heaton’s 2008 album “The Cross Eyed Rambler”. See a live performance on YouTube.

2 thoughts on “1439 – A Good Old Fashioned Town”

  1. I love the slant/tilt/Dutch angle – whatever term you wish to use. In fact, it fools my eyes into seeing the street lamp pole as starting to bend over!

    In this image, shot into the sun, the sun has a high enough angle that the shadows are not enticingly long, as they were in your previous images.

    1. Well, you know, I am obsessed with lines running into corners. It’s fascinating to think how many of my images are determined by that, composed for the corners. This is such a case where the result was almost random, at least with regard to the subject depicted đŸ˜€

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