Monday, August 20, 2012

Hegedorn's sunset

Yes, another sunset.  But this one is different.

A year ago I would have not shot this with all the "real" in the foreground. Sure, foreground really helps a landscape, but many consider this type of foreground not desirable or beautiful.

Yet there is a quality of being there, and enjoying the colors, along with the real world I live in.

And Hegedorn's is a Webster institution... one of the last independent grocery stores that seems to still be doing OK in 2012.


  1. I like the yellow traffic light, it's more harmonious to the scene than the red or green would be. Nice one.

  2. This is a great shot, and I completely agree with Ken about the yellow traffic light. Perfect.

  3. I read somewhere today, Guy Tal I think, that "grammar is the language of photography, but it's not much use if you've nothing to say". Here, you are not guilty of either.