Sometimes, I take little detail shots without a clear vision of what I want, but the result ends up being interesting in some manner anyway, even if I can't quite pinpoint how. This is an example... a close-up of the side of the Matterhorn Bobsleds, with a glimpse into the mysterious caverns within. I was originally trying to focus on the bridge in the middle of the shot, which was redone during the ride's extended refurbishment a couple of years ago. Alas, I couldn't quite get the angle and instead tried to come up with a visual texture shot. Is it good? I'm honestly not quite sure. So I'll let you decide.
|A detail on the Matterhorn.|