Chess...what a formidable game, isn't? The most popular of all, uncomplicated yet a gift for the resourceful mind. And a Brussels serpantine road under sereve sky. It's a brillant composition and I can only imagine that the crossing, the chessboard, represent a safe place for people to walk on to, indeed. Street, small in width with towering antique buildings, I found them reassuring somehow.
So, it's rainy, right? Rainy like introvert, sensible to brusque emotions, intuitiveness, melancholy and others blue feelings. It's also a soft slope leading to a carrefour, full of opportunities. Ahh, the sweet mood you are in when you discover a city!
I found original the presentation, with the emphasis on the chessboard. Also, even if it is a sinuous street, I strangely get this inclination of walking onward, that my goal lies ahead, at the carrefour, over there.
Technically, you have grasp a moment, indubitably. The tonalities, the temperature, the colors are smoothly presented and homogenious. The angle is brilliant, if not genius.
For the impact, maybe I should buy tickets to Brussels in a moment?
Good composition and thank you for sharing.