Tuesday, June 30, 2015
Photo #99I like the world and I like wildlife. If I could choose any job devoid of practical considerations or implications, I might choose to be a wildlife photographer. (I might instead choose to be a Foley artist, but that is besides the point). Meanwhile, if I can't photograph wildlife in the world, I can photograph the World Wildlife Fund, or at least the logo on their building.
This is a statue that exemplifies the American Spirit. It conveys our willingness to climb to get to where we need to be.
In trying to achieve the best angle from which to take this shot, I climbed on top of the 2 foot high wall that surrounded the base of the statue. Within moments a friendly security guard was upon me, telling me I needed to get down for "safety reasons".
This is another example of the American Spirit