I was looking back through my Lightroom library to find an HDR to process and post on blog tonight. I have not done any HDR in a while. This image caught my attention due to crispiness of details, thanks to moderately narrow aperture. When I was working on it, I discovered more about the image. It was shot in late afternoon, with the sun setting behing the downtown high-raisers. It causes some areas of the image take a different, warmer tones from the setting sun, while the sky in the right top is still midday blue. The dividing line is cutting the frame diagonally, making it less static and more interesting. The clouds and downtown area on one side, and the sky and bushes on the other. Those colors are also reflected in the Mississippi waters. The contrast of those worm and cool tones add another layer of interest.