This photo challenged me to gain a perspective that was six building in depth. Part of the challenge was to establish a correct vertical line and then work around that. It appears that other vertical lines to the left and right of center are not straight and the horizontal lines are definitely not straight. When we look at such a scene with both our eyes open our brain adjusts for these imbalances. Not so with the one eyed camera.
This was taken outside the African Meeting House and Museum of African American History in Boston’s Beacon Hill.