Every time I write the wond ‘cannon’ nowadays I seem to mistype it as Canon.
These cannons are to be found in front of the Imperial War Museum, which is the building you can see in the background. It’s one of those locations that can leave you slightly frustrated as a photographer; not because it’s a busy place and people are always walking into your shot, but because the cannons and the path that leads up to the building aren’t quite symmetrical.
I often find this a cause of angst when taking images, especially so when it comes to architecture. I wonder how such things are built without this additional bit of due care and attention.
This is an automated post, as I am currently in Beijing; therefore my responses will be slow – if at all.