Sometimes you have five minutes (or less) for what could easily be an all day project. At those times you go on instinct and hope that you are able to capture something of value. I’m not quite happy with this photograph and I spent a lot of time trying to adjust the contrast and shadows in an effort to replicate what I saw with my eyes.
I wish that I had more time to get to know this building but I arrived late in the day and spent precious time trying to get the parking kiosk to work. The Disney Center was closed for a private party so I didn’t get inside at all.
A tripod would have been useful for framing shots and waiting on the best light to arrive but I had no time for that anyway. Sometimes photography takes a back seat to just being there and enjoying the experience.
On the way back to the hotel we stopped to get gas and another five minute photoshoot.