Today I start out with two versions of the same shot, normal and enhanced colour. This looks back at The Voyageur topiary that I showed you some days ago from this point on the path. I was nearing the end of the line.
Across the path stood this sign. The Garden Of Plants lists the plants and grasses used in the topiaries, as well as the companion plants around them. Sample boxes of each were lined up beyond the sign.
I took shots of the CPR 374 topiary from this part of the path, and wanted different takes on the shot.
Then I moved a short distance on for a different perspective.
A new topiary had been set up here near the end of the line. Hachiko, The Loyal Dog is the title, inspired by a true story. Hachiko belonged to a Tokyo professor and would accompany him to the train station each day, awaiting his return. It was a habit the dog kept up for years after the professor died. A statue in his likeness exists today at the station.
Here we have three versions of the same shot.
And I finish for today with this different perspective of him. Tomorrow I bring this series to a close.