Urban landscapes: the winter drive

MEMORIAL DRIVE, CALGARY, ALBERTA

This western Canadian city received almost a foot of snow on a Friday, which means I could get up early on Saturday and find compelling ways to photograph it. This vantage point is a pedestrian bridge over Memorial Drive, named in honour of Canada’s war dead. A long exposure ensured you don’t see any vehicles, just their long lines of light as they travelled the road before dawn.
Nikon D7100, tripod.

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