Last fall I took a drawing class at the Worcester Art Museum. It was great, though tiring at times, given that it was three hours on Monday nights. One of the lessons was dedicated to perspective, which might have been my favorite.
Since then, I’ve been conscious of seeing perspectives when I take pictures.
I pass this building often when out for a walk at work. It’s just a parking lot, but, like most buildings, it has corners that come together which provides an interesting perspective, especially when you’re standing up close to it. I also liked how the sun was hitting one side of one of those corners as I passed today.
Shot with the native camera app, cropped and centered in Snapseed, and converted to black and white using Black Cam.