'After Hours' by Don Jones | Orlando | Used By Permission
Here's a companion piece to Don Jones' 'Downtown Fog.'
This is a city made out of gold and strung with stars. This piece,
like all the work I admire, perfectly illustrates the principle of 'the
transfiguration of the commonplace' (a phrase I am borrowing from
Muriel Sparks.) The one thing that no amount of training or equipment can give a person is the ability to see that perfect moment.
After Hours by Don Jones | To see his other photographs, click here | To see the full-sized image at Flickr, click here | I do not own the rights to this photograph, but am using it with the
permission of the photographer. Do NOT save or use it without first
requesting his permission.