All were taken using aperture priority but I didn't take note of the other technical details. I'm only sure of of the aperture priority because I was actually organised enough to set that before I left home! All of the photos are straight out of the camera.
1 - the first photo: This is the roof of the school reflected in a puddle. The lines across the centre are the relections of some cables.
2 - the best/favourite photo: Back out to the road, this is the avenue of trees in front of the church which is next door to the school. I like the lines created by the shadows and the vanishing point, although not in the best place, still works for me.
3 - the final photo: This one was taken from inside the school looking out through a locked window across the flat roof which is always inches deep in rainwater. The grey shapes at the top of the photo are the roof of a shed and part of the heating system. I was on tip-toes to get this photo and couldn't avoid their inclusion as the alternative was the inclusion of a very out of focus (and dirty) window frame.
I've enjoyed the challenge this time and am looking forward to seeing everyone else's photos. Thanks to Karen for organising the challenge.
Linking with Karen @ Me, My Camera, Eye