True ... personally, I saw no future with the 17-35mm f/2.8-4 with APS-C sensors ... but, again, with the A900 coming ... it burns bright, once more. Now, all you need is that multi-thousand dollar camera .. and you are all set.
How short-sighted I have become, these days. Hmmm ... need a vacation. Think I'll take that 17-50, along.
A closer look ...
Artistic question: What is the subject? Is this an environmental image?
I am trying to get the feel of what it is that we are being asked to look at. I want to see what you are seeing.
Was it backing up? There's no headlight! Or was it coming from the reverse direction?
Just a developmental footnote I have picked up over the past few years: One of the things I look to see in my images is "the subject." Whatever it is, I know it should be clearly conveyed, if I photographed (framed, focused & exposed) it properly. I'm not saying I'm always successful at this. In fact, that's the challenge to the artform, in my book. If I have done it properly, no one usually asks, "What's this?"
Just a thought from ... the "Dark Side."