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Thank you so much. Robert, my friend! I appreciate your kind comments and know that you always tell the truth, so they are much appreciated! I had a totally different concept in mind when I went down to the Superior Court building. I was hoping to capture a beautiful Rose Window on the church across the street as it reflected in the mirror windows of the Superior Court building. Unfortunately, my recollection was all wrong and the Rose Window didn't reflect in the Suprior court building windows at all. All that I could see was the top of the church. There were a lot of very distracting trees at the bottom of the shot. The attached photo is the only one I could even salvage at all due to very tight cropping. I think it is rather boring. A bit later in the day, as I was waling back to my car, I noticed the one lighted window in the Superior Court building and the interesting pattern all the other windows made. That building is basically a big box and I find it rather opressive looking which probably befits a Superior Court. i thought some poor soul was working late on a Sunday evening in that big, sterile building so that's how the shot suggested itself to me.
Endre, we don't have that many windows in all of Walton County.
Your composition is perfect to highlight the contrasting bronze and silver and the contrasting patterns between the front and side of the building.