Urban landscapes: Blue hour lights

THE LIGHTS OF BAY-ADELAIDE CENTRE, TORONTO, ONTARIO

Blue hour – that time before/after sunrise, when the sky isn’t black but artificial light is needed for illumination – is usually a wonderful time for photographers. This picture of the Bay-Adelaide Centre in downtown Toronto was only possible during blue hour. I tried it a little later and the interior lights simply didn’t resonate as they do here.
Nikon D90, tripod, polarizer, 18-55-mm. lens.

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