All things being equal, I was entitled to a little creative R&D&P (Research & Development & Photography), don't you think? It was my turn now and, obviously, I could not resist the temptation.
Regarding the work itself, as you can tell I took some creative liberties with it. It is actually one of the first pieces that I converted to B&W. The color, for some reason, I found to be a distraction from the overall humor, or melancholy, or message, whatever it is that the viewer may wish to extract from it, so in the bin went the color; except for the flashing 'vacancy' lure, of course.
"A Vacancy at Quiet Haven" is one of my favorites, and I know that it's a favorite of many. Thanks for looking.
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