03 May 18 Hero's Square encompasses far more than just the grouping of life sized statues of both horse and horseman. There is a large museum and art gallery on opposite sides of the central stature area. This all sits at one end of a block sized park with an amusement park, huge outdoor skating rink, and much more! Everything is of course very ornate as you can imagine from just this one corner of the art gallery. As noted earlier with the shot of the opera house in the downtown area, there seems to be a pattern is hanging tacky advertisements of upcoming affairs in very close proximity to these lovely aristocratic buildings. There outta be a law. Nothing much to ramble on about with this shot as all I wanted to share was the lovely architecture which I rather feel speaks for itself.
I've straighten this a little, cropped of a small amount off the bottom and removed some distracting text from the banner. Otherwise, this is what the camera saw. Nikon D500; 18 - 200; Aperture Priority; ISO 320; 1/200 sec @ f / 9.