This is a picture in Cardston. It was taken at about 6:30 in the morning. Cly was going to take part in a wedding of one of his best friends later on that day in the temple.
Cly has captured many photos of this temple. The bridge and lights in this exposure draw leading lines toward the structure. As most photographers know, leading lines are encouraged in just about every photography book but Cly has always found them particularly elusive. Cly was taking a slow drive through the town and noticed this pleasing composition in his rear view mirror and had to stop.
Cly was also pleased with the performance of the Kodak Professional Portra 400BW film. At the time Cly took this photo (October 27, 2001), it was only on the market for a couple of months. The blacks are very black and the tonal range is great. Cly almost couldn't believe it's 400 speed film! Cly hasn't been able to detect any grain in the majority of the prints he's obtained with this film.
Cly calls this photo "All Roads Lead There."