Much to my surprise, downtown Norfolk, VA is a very fun and interesting area, especially near the wharf. Besides seeing boats from little dinghies to mega-yachts, we were treated to a free outdoor jazz fest and lots of people-watching. It is quite an artsy area, as well, and this statue put me in a fit of giggles. I think the angles speak for themselves and fit the theme perfectly.
Across the wharf was this shrouded behemoth. It appears to be a ship under renovation but I don't know which ship. The retired battleship USS Wisconsin has a permanent home next to Nauticus The National Maritime Center, which is near this site. So it could be another retired ship.
This shot is full of angles: the angles of the cranes, the angles within the structures of the cranes, and the hundreds of imagined angles under acres of tarp. Plus the angle of the sun was pretty low in the sky, thus softening the angles somewhat.
Now, off to bed 'cause I can't maintain this vertical angle much longer. Hey, be sure to show off your angles. Click here to see the rules and check out everyone else's angles, too.