I mean, a lot of people in Cleveland shoot from this angle. However I rarely any use of the so many foreground options in this run down park. Maybe people want to show a different Cleveland than the one which actually exists. Although beautiful, this area is no stranger to homicides and suicides. I apologize for the mental image you may get but it was within hours of taking this shot that a body was discovered in the river very close by. I used an orange gel with a Speedlight to enhance the already orange tones.
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