Blue Hour's Ride
Most or all of my photos of the awesome Headless Horseman sculpture at Disneyland are shot facing the rider, trying to capture all the dramatic details. But in the quest for unique angles, I've also tried the opposite perspective. Some work, and some don't, but the example below is one that interests me. The low perspective gives a more dynamic sense of momentum and impending energy, and having the Carthay Circle Restaurant tower in the background gives a sense of motion and direction. Plus, the colors are just eerie and cool! What do you think?
|The Headless Horseman gets ready to ride into the early evening.|