So believe it or not I forced myself to try taking some photos on this very cold morning. On my way home from my Saturday morning brunch at The Beacher Cafe I noticed this remarkable band of clouds on the horizon across Lake Ontario. I rushed home, grabbed my camera and headed down to this water filtration plant called The R.C. Harris Water Treatment Plant, a.k.a The Waterworks. It is an amazing example of art deco architecture, built between 1932 and 1941 and named after Rowland Caldwell Harris, Toronto Works Commissioner from 1912 until his death in 1945. Unfortunately for photographers the complex has been under major construction for the last few years, making it very difficult to get a good shot of the place. It’s still the City of Toronto’s largest water treatment facility. Coincidentally, my very first apartment after moving away from home was across the street from the Waterworks. Nowadays one bedrooms run between $1,000 and $1,500 monthly. Back then I paid $212.00 a month all inclusive. Currently I live just up the street from here, about a ten minute walk away. Anyway, back to my outing. I was about 20 minutes into it when my batteries died from the cold, so I had to give it up. I’ve got a lot of shots I still want from there so I’ll be going back. As for this shot, I really messed with it and maybe it works, maybe not, but I’m happy with it. I was just playing around.