Many photographers would pass up a chance to shoot this World War II commemorative mural in Klamath Fall because the parking lot in front of it is always full of cars. I saw the cars as a benefit, not a hindrance. I positioned myself so that the huge painting of a bomber seems to be careening into the cars parked in the foreground. I chose a car with a color that would complement the bomber, and the metallic blue paint of this one worked perfectly. I also liked how the big red taillights add an energy that echoes the energy of the explosions in the background. This merging of art and reality creates an incongruous juxtaposition. This image tells us to be careful where we park.