I made this photo in Jersey City, NJ, where I live, on April 20 of this year. During the pandemic, I've been doing as much photography as I can here within the area I can reach on foot. I'm fortunate that this area includes some of the best views available of New York City, which sits across the Hudson River from Jersey City. I've challenged myself to find opportunities to make photos like the landscape photos I would make if I were out in the wild. Only with buildings and other man-made objects in the background instead of mountains. This particular photo was made at sunset in a part of Jersey City called Newport, which is right along the river. This photo was made looking south along the walkway at the river's edge. On the right is a place called LeFrak Point, where there sits a cute little lighthouse. Someone on Instagram said this photo made her think of the scene in The Wizard of Oz when we see the Emerald City off in the distance. Hence the title of the post. The photo was made with a FujiFilm X-T30 and 16-80 F4 zoom. The exposure was 0.9 sec, F18, ISO 80. I'm very interested to hear others' thoughts. Does this feel like a "landscape" photo to you?