We are settling into a newly rented beachfront bungalow today. Meaning dropping the bags in the middle of the room and going for so awaited swim in the sea.
Coming back to change, I realized that the bungalow is actually quite nice. Hence, decided to make a picture of it.
But the outcome wasn't nearly as good looking as the object in reality. Most of the building in shadow, faint colors.
Then I remembered what I always said to myself - don't trust real estate ads, and especially photographs in them.
The same object can be pictured in a very different way from reality. Depending on conditions, what part of it is being showed, and skills of real estate agent with camera and Photoshop.
A snapshot of newly built cottage near a lake, taken during rainy and colorless autumn day will look bleak and unattractive.
Whereas a good picture of well preserved parts of otherwise semi-ruined castle during a golden hour will be able to generate much more interest.
Early morning next day I did one more picture. Warmer and more inviting this time.
Time for one more dive.