Well, what you're looking at is a very reduced jpeg of a very large TIFF, so it would be hard to pick now.
I'll post the original photo in the morning.
Lemme guess: At the curb?
"It is dark the other side. Very dark!" - "Oh, shut up and eat your toast!"
My guess is just right of the arrows painted on the street, the parking lot spacings are a little uneven there...
Obviously, that's only one of the camera originals. There were five or six more of that location, as I recall. But they all had those parked cars in them.Here's the slightly reduced original
If I'd had all day, I would have waited until the owners had come back and driven them away, but then the light might have been completely changed by then.
Next experiment I'm planning is to do the bridge again, only from a higher elevation, looking down on the whole length of the road. That'll probably require a couple of dozen shots, because that's the busiest bridge in Brisbane.
You do have to be cunning, that's for sure. For example, in that last shot, the red lens of the traffic light in the left foreground was on. I should have just gone to a different photo and cut/pasted the light when it was off, but didn't think of it... duh. So I just darkened and desaturated it. But then I noticed that there was a reflection on the green lens which was off, of course. That reflection wasn't on the red lens of course, since it had been glowing from the inside, (of course), and I had darkened it anyway. So I copied the circle of reflection on the green lens, took it up and pasted it over the darkened red lens, then adjusted the colour balance so that it looked like a reflection on the red lens would look. I was stoked when it worked!
That's why it's so much fun. It's a real kick when it works out.