Steps by the Lake

This photo goes back to the summer down at Tommy Thompson Park, a.k.a. Leslie St. Spit. Saw these steps to nowhere and thought they’d make a nice photo. I’ve played with it turning it into a black & white and upping the contrast. It looks good on my monitor, but does anyone feel it’s too contrasty on theirs?

By The Way: As you can see, they’re calling for snow in Toronto by next week.

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4 Responses to Steps by the Lake

  1. copingkoala says:

    it looks really good on my monitor, but what are these steps there for? Steps to nowhere, really interesting or it makes a nice photo at least…

    • davecandoit says:

      Thank you, Teo. Here in Canada we build all our houses staring with the front porch steps first and then we add on from there. 🙂

      Kidding of course.

      The steps were dumped there as part of an in-fill project to expand the land area along the lakeshore. Eventually everything will be covered in earth and wild grasses and plants will be planted, I suspect. The rest of the area to the west of this spot is already parkland and a bird sanctuary. Very beautiful. If you ever visit Toronto this would be a nice tourist spot.

  2. Mauro Metallo says:

    Exquisitely presented, well seen and executed.
    Lovely contrast and tones, a bit harsh, but this is due to the conversion (I’m splitting hairs, here..).
    All in all, a fine piece of work. Bravo, Dave!

    • davecandoit says:

      Thank you, Mauro. In order to punch up the clouds I had to make it a bit harsh. I’m still using ACDSee, which limits what I can do. In PhotoShop I could simply choose to punch up the clouds without affecting the landscape under them, but I’ve yet to really sit down and start learning that software.

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