I couldn't quite get the angle on this building I wanted. I had several lenses on me to choose from, but none could get the width to photograph this building from up close. Later, on a Ferris Wheel, I noticed I had the angle I wanted. Equipped only with a Canon Rebel T5i and a Canon 75-300mm f/4.5-5.6 lens, I had to shoot through a hazy plastic window with dimming light. Even so, I managed to catch this building at an angle that perfectly mirrored my vision for it.
This was taken somewhere between Max Patch near Hot Springs, NC, and Hartford, TN. Don't know where. I literally stuck my hands out the top of my car,carefully lined up the shot using the A7R's adjustable display, and took the picture. Luckily, nobody was in front of or behind us, because I did this numerous times.
I captured this at the historic Oconee Station along South Carolina's scenic Route 11. This was captured on an Infrared Canon 20D.