The radiance of the sun was not to be seen at 7:05 am, nor anytime shortly thereafter. I checked the skies before leaving home and could see the moon as clouds drifted before it. I thought a cloud enhances sunrise may be possible–NOT!Then, there was another factor. That of being told to leave because I was “loitering.” Sun or no sun, I moved on as told.
I do not know who the man is who told me I was in voilation of a policy, except he wore a shirt that had printed on it Fayetteville Ambassador. He says “people” are not to be on the 5th level, unless they park there and that by special parking ticket. There is a gate controlling auto access to the 5th deck. He pointed to signs that say no loitering. I do not think a photographer taking pictures is loitering.
stand or wait around idly or without apparent purpose.
I told the man who approched me that a Fayetteville police officer told me to come here to take pictures. The officer had done so. He said the offices is wrong. I moved on.There was no sun to see anyway. I have seen at least 20 people on the 5th deck since my first night there–September 17th. One guy was taking pictures also. He climbed onto the ledge. Signs say do not do that. I have seen many doing so. The 5th deck seems to be a lover’s hangout.Fayetteville does not have a lot on places for unique pictures. I think this is one. No more, I guess???