I’ll be posting a photo every day (or at least I’ll try to) for the month of November as part of The Daily Post‘s Photography 101 online workshop. Each day, we are given a new challenge to interpret through our own photography.
It doesn’t matter what day it is. I’m late anyway.
When I saw today’s challenge – architecture – I immediately thought of this shot I took while on a business trip in Calgary this summer. Apparently, these Stephen Avenue “trees” are designed to reduce wind gusts on the street. I’m not sure about that, but I know they take great photos.