Images & Observations

Rear View

Nikon D7000 10-24mm @ 16mm ISO 200 1/50 f/11 Lr4, TpzSim; PsCS6

This ismage validates the photographer’s mantra “Always look behind.”  This image was captured from approximately the same postion as the image published last week, titled “Back Door of Commerce”, just with the camera’s stationary postion rotated 180 degrees.  When you are out and about looking for scenes to photograph, always, always remember to check out everything  around you, sometimes the changes in perspective can be astounding.

The building houses the Robert Pile Chaffey College Information Center on Seventh Street, which was redeveloped in the former downtown Chino commercial center by the city, Chaffey College and technology industry sponsors for teaching information technology programs.  I really like the work that the landscape architect did in the plaza which is behind the adjacent school building, and the commercial buildings on “D” street, the stand of fir trees give me good environmental vibes.

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4 responses

  1. nice – the landscaping is lovely. I know what you mean about turning around. I find that every time I go on a hike there are new things to see on the way back along the same path – the different lighting usually is the reason but not always.

    September 26, 2012 at 6:24 AM

    • Thanks, Sheila, I’m sure you have plenty of great landscape up where you are.

      October 7, 2012 at 7:58 AM

  2. Beautiful image, Wayne. Love the colors, man.
    You are so right, simply looking around you can provide so many opportunities to create great images. Sometimes you may even see something that tops what you were after initially. 😉

    Nice work!

    September 26, 2012 at 8:12 AM

    • Thanks, Jimi, the other thing I have found, is that if you go back and take a second look at old image filescatalogue you may find some hidden gems (it helps if your post processing skills have improved over time).

      October 7, 2012 at 8:03 AM

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