On Saturday night/Sunday morning I was moving about already with my fisheye lens affixed after taking yesterday’s fountain photo, and thought this ornate entryway on 9th Street in the Garment District area was begging to also be shown via fisheye and HDR to get the evened-out light exposure between interior and exterior.
At a questionable hour on Saturday night, I perched in the median with my camera and tripod rigged toward this fountain in the middle of the street, amid several of the Commerce Bank properties on Main between 8th and 9th in the north loop. I used my fisheye lens here and cropped the photo somewhat on the computer afterwards.
A second photo of the bison skeleton statue, a new art implement at 9th and Broadway in downtown Kansas City MO named the “Descent of Civilization,” by Brooklyn artist Marc Swanson. In case you missed, here is Part One, which was this past Thursday’s post.