In an effort to ensure I got a day 4 at all, I took my camera to work today. It’s a habit I’ve been trying to develop as much as possible as there are always photo possibilities when you don’t have it.
To be honest, I’d almost given up on a shot for today by home time. Work seemed to have this expectation of me working, so the camera stayed in it’s case and I stayed firmly up to my eyes. But then, on the way home I remembered a shot I’d wanted to take for a while and thought it might just be OK.
(f16, 1/125sec, 18mm, ISO-200, 26/05/08)
If I’d to do this again outside the realms of this challenge, I’d use a polariser and maybe come earlier in the morning – by my reckoning the sun rises at the end of the tracks or thereabouts.
I like the effect of the platform receeding into the distance, though it’s marred a little by the leaning buildings and it could also have been more central. I also tried to get low to take this – sometimes I forget I’m quite tall and that can throw perspective out.
Oh, and fair warning. Day 5 may not be tomorrow- I have business in Dublin and I’m unlikely to be back with time for camera fun.