Proscenium

Off Center

Close Enough

I am pretty sure that this isn’t really the center of town.  I wanted to do this picture last year but for some reason I never got around to it.  But I was in that weird sense of humor mood today and somehow I really got to thinking on how funny this was because I am pretty sure it is no where near the center of town.  But then again, considering how small a town it is, it probably doesn’t really make a difference.  I tried to compose this shot so that everything was just off-center.  I do really like how the colors just enhance the shot with a very fall like feel.  It’s getting closer to that time of year when the leaves turn and falls colors saturate the area.  Can’t wait.  September 20, 2012

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