Following on from part 2 in our trip around the Parliamentary Triangle.
Next up on our trip was a stop near the High Court, where the light through the trees works well for silhouettes.
Walking on further I noticed one of the spotlights on a sculpture was throwing a nice rim light onto Alison as we walked past, so stopped for a quick photo.
I like photographing in this walkway, but it's always a little disappointing how badly it's maintained. There are always lights out, and the maps that are embedded in the lights can barely be seen anymore.
In terms of being spotted by people during a photoshoot, this is probably one of the riskier places to photograph in. There's no warning for when someone comes around the edge at the top and bottom as you can't hear them. Consequently, I try to choose very quiet times to shoot there, only stay for a very short time, and only shoot there with people that are comfortable with that level of risk.
For the last photos I asked Alison to shake off the Virginia Fizz persona, and to draw on Alison's Butoh experience to go for a more wild set of poses and look.