Well it wasn't hot. We had a beautiful day. We met at Sabrina's studio, then headed down to 10th and Main. We were greeted by "security" informing us where we can and can't photograph. Welcome to the city. Several of the students had many more conversations with these people through out the morning. These encounters reminded me of when I was in China and military guards would give me a stern look and wave their hands and shake their head "NO". That was the excitement. Now onto the good stuff.
Everyone captured wonderful images and learned how to see from another perspective. The observation of how light transforms a city in a matter of minutes. We started just before dawn and made some images in that nice dusky light as the sun came up and became brighter we were able to really see the changes. We split off to photograph on our own and feel the city at our own pace.
The images of the students working in their perspective.