We have a pharmacy just around the corner. When I went over to inquire about my new meds, I noticed that the little stand of trees and bushes was catching the light and looking pretty good.
So, I returned with my camera. The best of the light was gone, partially obscured by clouds, but it was still okay. The problem is that what looks good to the eye may not look good to the camera. I think it's because your eye focuses and roves here and there, but the camera sees it all in one take. If there's a lot of busyness in the frame, it doesn't tend to look so good to the camera.
|You can see why I was attracted but also how busy the scene is.|