Architecture can be fascinating to photograph but I’m not particularly adept at architectural photography. I ran a food blog for a few years so my repertoire was mostly – you guessed it – food.
Participating in Photo 101 so far has ignited a desire to try photographing subjects of the non-edible kind. When looking for an image to use for the architecture theme, I came across this shot I took of the Calgary Public Library in Central Memorial Park. This was during scouting mission to find locations to take wedding photos. The composition needs some work; it doesn’t fully capture the grandeur of the building and there’s some distortion at the edges.
Here is the colour version:
This post is part of Blogging U’s Photo 101 Class, where I’ll be posting a photo each weekday with an interpretation of the given theme.