Photographer's Note

The title for this one refers more to the WS picture than the main post, so here’s the back story…

I hadn’t been downtown Phoenix in a month of Sundays, which is to say, a long time! Before making our way to the baseball game this particular night, myself and Serghei (serp2000) took to the streets in the downtown area just to see what might be of interest, and came to a stop at this high rise for a few shots. Nothing noteworthy about this building, but as I took a glance upwards I saw this reflective illusion which grabbed my curiosity.

Here’s where the lazy part comes in to play. I couldn’t quite fit the entire height of the building into the frame with the lens I was using at the time, but rather than walk 3 or 4 steps to my bag and exchange it for the wide angle, I decided instead to just lay down on the sidewalk for the added space to squeeze it all in. Thanks to Serghei for supplying the visual aid. I’m sure if the statue could move, he would have been shaking his head and thinking “What a fool!” :)

Thanks for stopping by.

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Additional Photos by Jason Cowling (jcpix) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 1857 W: 2 N: 3792] (14024)
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