The only reason why I framed the street corner, which is perfectly straight, is to emphasize that everything is not square in this picture. The one way street sign is definitely bent, the curb is lopsided and so are the crossing yellow stripes. Even the shadow piercing the man's head seems to make a 45 degree angle with the frame line. The texture of the wall does not follow a logical perspective and looks like the workers in charge of the coating were getting more and more tired as they went to the right. Probably only "one way" to go. And then there is the man in shorts wearing a cap. This seems almost the only normal element in the whole picture, and it is tiny. Was I using such an extreme wide angle lens that he appears so small an the perspective so weird ? At last there is the dog and the animal probably has no idea that he is the center of attention in such a distorted atmosphere.