... where it's not about the camera.
What a fascinating shot. The sun has "chosen a favorite." Ironically, it is the government building, from what I can see ... 8¬( But, along similar lines of thought, a little poem to go with the photo:SunsetOld steeples float above the town Where birds and clouds belong,And watch the sun drift gently down Each day at evensong.The light selects a gleaming spire From those that dot the sky;The others, in more drab attire Cannot attract its eye.The chosen tower flaunts its glow Before its lofty friendsUntil the sunlight dips below And sunset vigil ends.© 2006 Jeffrey Hull
Hehe... I wouldn't read too much into the solar favoritism. The church spires are clumped together in the foreground and the gilt capitol dome is about a half mile down the road so the likelihood is that there would be a difference in light. Thanks for the great poem. I encourage folks to take a look at your poetry blog.
Beautiful, Rick. Makes me homesick.
Great Shot Rick! I was driving up MacCorkle in the afternoon on my way home near UC and noticed the same similar light. I wished I had a camera -- I'm just glad you did. bob
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