I went to Washington, D.C. with my school's eigth grade back in March. While there, I took a roll of my favorite 35mm film, the sadly discontinued Kodak BW400CN. I think its the first time I've ever shot an entire roll in one day. At any rate, I captured this in the third room of the FDR memorial, representing the breadlines of the Great Depression. The sculpture and its facial expressions perfectly capture that. The angle was perfect so that when I turned the right way, you almost couldn't tell that the brick wall wasn't a building. I do so adore my 50mm f/1.8 lens, as it worked perfectly on the old Canon EOS 650 and gets excellent bokeh.
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From Main Gallery