A while back I wrote about locations to which one returns to shoot. Although the location is the same, the feeling may not be. Even when the feeling is the same, the choice of how one decides to shoot the scene can render a completely different interpretation.
Such is the case with this gazebo, located in Quiet Waters Park, Annapolis, Maryland. (I used this subject to originally test Kodak Infrared film, which opened a range of possibilities I had not previously considered.) I offered this image previously on this blog, which allows for one interpretation. Walking to the other side of the bridge and capturing the scene as a Pinhole image allows for a completely different meaning.