As cities go, Siena is not really one, but I’m used to little towns and to me it looked vast. And just divine, as my previous post shows in more detail.
But let us zoom in on one church.
Below you can see how an image is made: the first one comes naturally because the view is striking.
The second is vertical because the street points this way.
Then the subject is located but on the third photo other people are obstructing it.
The fourth – bingo. Here is the photo as taken. Upon choosing it for this week’s Monochrome Madness, I decided to crop it and lose the bird. Not to mention colours. Ah, well. One can’t have it all.
How did it come to me explaining photography? Good question.
Photo: a © signature mmm production