One more roadside composition, at speed.
I love taking pictures along the road at a shutter speed fast enough to stop the motion of the trees in the distance but not the closer grasses in the foreground – it creates a kind of painterly effect.
We went gallery hopping a month ago and captured resplendent Autumn colors. Last weekend it was a different story at the same location.
This was a kind of Surrealist Dalíesque scene. It just needed the clock to drip down the front of the building. Also, a nice lesson in looking for different framing perspectives, given how different it looks from the picture of this same tree in the last post, achieved simply by moving around it a little and looking for other angles.
Saw this by the reservoir in Central Park, walking home from the museum.