I recently returned to Los Angles and decided to go back to the Walt Disney Concert Hall as a little photo field trip. I wanted to see if the images I made two years ago looked any different to me today. I was really surprised–the building offered me a totally new set of views. I couldn't pinpoint the exact differences... maybe it was a different time of day, a different quality of light, or maybe I had matured in my vision. Whatever the case may have been, my tendency to dismiss the "been there, done that" cliche was reinforced. There's always an opportunity for a new photograph, no matter how familiar you are with a place or situation.
Here are two photos from my trip. I found some amazing lighting situations I've never seen before. The Walt Disney Concert Hall is a playground for photographers interested in architecture; the lines of the building gave me so many opportunities for finding radically different images in this one building. I really appreciate the architecture and hope to go back again in a few years to make even more different images!