Hard to reach
My phone rang during dinner yesterday. As soon as I picked up the call, my friend, the professional architecture photographer said:
- I'm going out shooting. You want to join me?
- When, where? I'm having dinner right now.
- It's a secret. I'm picking you up in half an hour.
Thirty minutes later, we're heading out in his car. To be honest, I'm quite impressed with myself since I've both managed to gather all of my essential night shooting gear and to put on a couple of extra layers of clothing.
I'm expecting that we're either heading out in the nature or to some for me unknown overlook. I'm completely wrong. We're going to the new roundabout that the city just finished building.
I've passed the roundabout just a week before, but I only noticed a few stones. Now, the stones are lit by brightly colored lamps and there's a fountain playing in the middle. And the moon is almost full.
In the photo, I positioned the moon at the top of the fountain.