Philadelphia Art Museum

A 55mm lens may not be the ideal choice for photographing the entrance to the Philadelphia Art Museum, but a low distortion lens definitely makes the job of keeping the lines straight much easier. And with the non-photogenic semi-bright, completely cloudy sky in the background, 55mm proved ideal for this task. To get this angle of view, I was standing well into the water fountain. No worries as the fountain is simply concrete in the winter. The water was drained and replaced with snow.
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