I especially liked this composition because it was not posed. I watched these guys skateboard around Memorial Square. When they finally took a break, they just sat down in this nice layout that allowed me to capture them at a good angle in defused evening light. Still it could have been better. The young man in the black shirt is fading into the trees. Adam pointed out that had I moved a little to the left, I may have been able to get the trees off to the side and use the sky as a backdrop against the black t-shirt. Professional critique is so valuable, especially when the emotion around getting a shot can cloud perception. (Note #1 to self - figure to ground. Note #2 to self. Settle down, breath, and take your time.) It's easy to take lots of shots and get a few decent photographs. It's nearly impossible to get a great one.
But, it's fun trying.