Here is a gallery of photographs where I had to look twice to see the potential in each shot.
The crane, when I first glanced at it was well away from the building, but moving slowly towards it. Not until the jib got closer to the building dome did I see the photographic idea here. Again, we
photographers in the street must see everything in relationship to changing surroundings, just in case the unforeseen occurs to suggest a new perspective and an idea for a photograph..
The dress in the window was very nearly passed by. Being a man, I don’t normally look into women’s dress shop windows! But glad that I did in this case as there was humour in that 50% sign and a half dressed model!
“Sergeant” was just a passing post that didn’t seem to have any interest until, upon a second look, the connection was spotted.
And what a nice way to say,”No parking,” although I’m sure the owners were unaware of it.
An hour or so earlier or later and the shadow in, “Driver Crucifixion” would not have been noticed.
Just my lucky break, being in the right place at the right time. On previous occasions I passed by this parking sign as having no photographic value!