Under Serious Construction

Here’s another photo from today’s outing. Once again we came upon a six (give or take) story parking garage. This one is in Yorkville, the trendy part of Toronto where all the movie stars hang out when they’re here for the Toronto Film Festival every fall. And once again we made the trek to the top floor in search of an interesting vantage point. And once again neither of us incurred a cardiac arrest after climbing all those stairs. Yay us! This is the sort of photo that I totally love. And, for those of you who notice that I habitually shoot in portrait orientation (Tracy), I made an effort to think landscape orientation. It’s actually not that easy, but I did take more landscape oriented photos than usual. It’s an interesting experiment I would suggest for anyone: Try shooting in a orientation that you typically stay away from.

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4 Responses to Under Serious Construction

  1. uncoveringyou says:

    you never cease to amaze me…great pov…i’m amazed how you make a construction site look GOOD!

  2. milkayphoto says:

    Very strong graphic quality. Almost looks like a miniature! Question: are we seeing the whole shot? For some reason I would expect it to be narrower and wider. Or is this the size you are forced to in this blog structure?

    • davecandoit says:

      You’ve got a good eye, Tracy. The shot was wider but I cropped it because there was a part to the right that was all concrete wall and it seemed incongruent to the rest of the shot. Also, if I’d backed up, the edge of the roof on which I was standing would have come into view in the photo.

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