Task: Capture an image from above. Extra credit is given for knolling.
I might head the word, but never knew its meaning. Here it is how it was described: Objects are arranged as 90 degree angles from each other and then photographed from above. Never the less I took pictures from eye-sight as well, so people can recognized the location. It might take some time to distinguished from the fountain among the coins any pattern but it is there. (Before you give up look at the tiles.)
Leica M with Summilux 35-mm at ISO 200 set to f 6.7 / 180 sec. Processed in LightRoom, Photoshop, Topaz