My wife Rhoda and I travelled to Cork, Ireland. Our friends, Dan Adsmond, a professor at Ferris State University and his wife, Deb invited us to visit them while Dan was on sabbatical in Cork. They were surprised when we said “Yes”.
Cork was a delightful place…one of those places you travel to and decide that you could easily live there. We were visiting the art museum in Cork. I looked out the window from this vantage point…a fascinating view of the pedestrian traffic. I shot many frames and ended up deciding on this one.
I usually did not do this kind of photograph layering but for some reason (alas, the artist’s mind…) a photograph I had taken of a berry bush in winter in Frankfort, Michigan came to mind. The lines of the combined photographs worked out well graphically.