Travis High School

Many of the sunsets I take are from a local high school down the road. It’s a nice place to shoot, since the westward view is clear and unobstructed from signs, power lines and buildings. Most evenings, there are only a few cars in the parking lot and I am on the far side away from the cars and front entrance. 

On this evening, the sky looked as pretty from the south, as it did from the west. So I grabbed my tripod and scurried over to the far side of the front entrance. Yes, I scurried. You don’t really run with a tripod with your camera on top and the light was fading fast, so I scurried. 

Many of the sunsets I take are from a local high school down the road. It's a nice place to shoot, since the westward view is clear and unobstructed from signs, power lines and buildings. Most evenings, there are only a few cars in the parking lot and I am on the far side away from the cars and front entrance. Photo by Tim Stanley Photography.

 

One thought on “Travis High School

  1. Gorgeous lighting and shadows in the whole photograph. Scurrying served you well.

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