I seem to have a compulsion to photograph colonnaded walkways. Perhaps it is a result of my fetish for symmetry or semi-symmetry. I was attracted to the following, running in front of the Museum of Contemporary Native Arts, because of the painted columns.
I liked this second shot because the couple walking toward me provided some perspective. I also liked the light reflecting off the brick walkway. Light makes a big difference.
I liked the shot below, despite the fact that the light was flat. The gates provided a framing effect. In addition, at an aperture of f/11, the shot is sharp throughout.
I also find myself taking a lot of photos of doorways.
The city also features a good deal of public art, including sculpture. The following statue was located next to the public library doorway.
Despite the general overcast weather, I often try to photograph statuary against the sky to dramatize the sculpture, as in the following shot of a native American falconer. Generally, bronze sculpture doesn't not show well in color, so I often convert such shots to black and white.