Columns receding into darkness at the beautiful 19th century Chijmes complex in Singapore, a former convent that is now heritage-listed.
Taken at the National Cathedral in Washington, DC.
city Wall of Faro
Church of the Holy Sepulchre
Photo by Tanner M. Young
Was I saved? This is a shot of a crowded walkway near the Ponte Vecchio in Florence. But the photo just didn’t work. So I tried cropping out people and enhancing the sunlight glowing off the columns to the left. We have all done it, but I think this is an example of a great photo in my mind that never materialized but could then be morphed into something different that works.
The elliptical arches of the Seafarers Bridge in Melbourne slot neatly between the silhouettes of buildings more than a kilometre away. The bridge, opened in 2009, spans the Yarra River between Docklands and South Wharf.