Urban landscapes: the emerging light of dawn

ST. PATRICK’S ISLAND BRIDGE AND BOW RIVER, CALGARY, ALBERTA

This pedestrian bridge, just east of Calgary’s downtown, is beautifully lit and a source of many interesting photos. This pre-dawn view required a very long exposure, which was ideal to smooth out the water and highlight the reflections. The giant art installation on the left side of the bridge is called “Bloom”.
Nikon D7100, tripod.

Click on the picture for a larger view.

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