I posted a wider view from this rooftop location a while ago but wanted to revisit the spot to showcase this particular image. If you compare the two, you’ll appreciate the difference that a different focal length can bring to a scene. By zooming in for this tighter view, the peeling paint in the foreground and the architecture of the rooftops become the focal point of the image. It’s amazing to see the variety of chimneys up here and follow all of the lines through the photo.
This image (and many more) will be shown at my individual exhibit at the Marblehead Arts Association’s Hooper Mansion in March. I hope you will be able to come to the opening reception Sunday, March 11th. More details to follow.