On the way home today, I remembered the large rocks that adorn the courtyard of the set of apartments that shares the parking lot with us, and decided that they might make a nice landscape for these two little cowbows.
But I forgot one thing…
I got home, changed out of my work clothes, deliberated on focal length, attached the nifty 50, wandered over to the other side, set the figures up, plopped down on the ground and started shooting.
That’s when I remembered: the Others allow their dogs to relive themselves on the fake grass that covers most of the ground…
I didn’t find any wet spots, but I did recognize the smell.
And now I’m in need of a rare afternoon shower.
Thanks, Others, for taking such pride in your living situation.
D7000. Nikkor 50mm f/1.8 G. ISO100, 1/640th (AP mode), f/5.6. Slight desaturation and pump of vibrancy to give a sense of high desert light in Aperture, though I don’t know if I really captured it or not.