Urban landscapes: Cathedral of light
BROOKFIELD PLACE, TORONTO, ONTARIO
This is one of the most photographed architectural designs in Toronto and, as you can tell, it’s easy to see why. I had my own shot at it and managed to make several compositions with a tripod (definitely useful, given I was doing exposures of at least a full second) before a security nazi made me put the tripod away. I left the building then and found some good compositions outside. Nikon D90, tripod.
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