This would be nicer if it weren't late autumn and we could see the awesome variety of greenery they have on and around Gates, but as it is the dead, tangled brush provides a fairly interesting contrast to the bold, manmade poles springing up like trees from the earth. I angled the shot a bit to follow the slope, which exaggerates the already slightly odd perspective from the Pausch bridge. My high school drawing teacher always said that people tend to "enter" a piece from the lower left and move up through the middle, so I gave them a starting point at the road, an interesting choice at the fork, and then one path continuing upwards with the other meandering off to the right. The light kind of washed out the building in the background, which works since it wasn't the focus of the composition.
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