Right Place, Right Time…

This cube sculpture in lower Manhattan really intrigued me as our Photowalk made our way past it. It was early afternoon so the light reaching the street through the buildings was pretty harsh, the worst kind of light to be shooting in. I worked different angles, and was about to walk away when a woman walked up, and struck this pose- hands on the Cube, sunlight streaming down on her, reflections everywhere- in the building glass, on the wet pavement and against the cube itself.

Neat stuff. I think she lends a great sense of scale, for not only the Cube, but for the building in front of her. It’s the type of image capture you can really only get in a spontaneous situation… or being in the right place, at the right time. Enjoy!

Light Reflections

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