Schoolyard Trees

Here’s another photo from yesterday’s short outing. I stopped by Birchmount Collegiate (local high school closed for the Christmas break) and photographed the trees at the south end of the school. I took the tree exposure and blended them into one high dynamic range photo. I then turned it into a black & white. Hope you like it.

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3 Responses to Schoolyard Trees

  1. Mauro Metallo says:

    I like this photo, Dave, for the way the trees cast their shadows and the soothing, gentle slope…
    I have fond memories of this area and every time you post some photograph of the surrounds, I stop and watch… I used to live on Chine Drive, a few block east up Kingston Rd, at its intersection with Midland…

    Photography IS memory…

    Thanks for sharing.

    • davecandoit says:

      Thanks Mauro. There’s something about it that I like too. I didn’t realize you lived on Chine Drive. I used to go to a small breakfast place near there (McCowan & Kingston Rd) named “By The Bluffs” for Sunday brunch.

  2. Mauro Metallo says:

    Yes, I lived on Chine, but a long time ago: Between 1993 and 1997…I loved it there and I still remember that area fondly…
    Your photos ring may bells to me. Keep them coming!

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