Bitter Grounds - espresso fueled ramblings

Monday, October 23, 2017

I was flipping through about 40 photos that I took today, looking for ... the one. That shot that has the right shadows & contrast that begged for attention. I tossed over half the photos for a variety of reasons. They were either too bland or lacked a key element that drew the eye to it. Usually nothing stands out. Then once in awhile I get this: Digital art Motion Project #2 - Pleasant Blvd

 Pleasant Blvd, facing Yonge Street, in front of the St. Clair Subway exit. 
Sept. 22 2016.

Something about the way the light was bouncing off the buildings and that perfect blue sky. I liked the way the two buildings produce a curious optical illusion and look like they are tilting away from each other. The condo (The Clairmont at 1430 Yonge Street) at the end of the shot is an example of a better design. When it went up, it complimented the neigbourhood, rather than standing over it like some unholy carbuncle.

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- Dorothea Lange

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