One of the things I like about HDR is the ability to take shots in low light without a flash. The below was taken about 1 hr after sunset and was a three shot exposure. The photo is of the Fayette County Courthouse. Having spent a lot of time lately driving through central Texas there is one thing that tends to look the same. In these small rural counties. The county courthouses are unmistakable. They are almost always built in the middle of town on a square plot of land surrounded by four streets. While strikingly similar each one takes on it unique architectural heritage that primarily derives from the country in which the founding immigrants arrived from. I think it could be a real cool photo essay or book to capture the uniqueness of these town squares and what they mean to the counties and communities in which they reside.