Arches of Red and Blue

FUJIFILM X100T @23mm, ISO 800, 1/1000 sec, f/13 [click image for larger size]
FUJIFILM X100T @23mm, ISO 800, 1/1000 sec, f/13
[click image for larger size]

I have photographed this area many times before. I like it, I find it inspiring plus it is only a short walk from my work, bonus!

The little slice of red in the big sea of blue with patches of light littering the floor, what’s not to like. I find the repeating but not identical arches rather pleasing and the squares on top matching the space idea but not in the shape adds a nice layer to the overall image. It is simple image yet, to me, feels like dynamic one.

Original unedited image
Original unedited image

I took a total of thirty-one images during a twenty-minute window and this was the one I chose. I upped the vibrancy, tweaked the blacks then cropped and straightened out the image. A touch of grain was added to complete the edit. I like it and will more than likely return to photograph it time and time again.

All thoughts and comments are welcome.

Happy Viewing

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