Just a janky looking pedestrian bridge near my place. It shakes a lot when the train runs underneath it.
On my way home from school I came across this guy. Totally dead to the world on a busy rush hour train platform. I thought I had it rough, working two jobs and full-time studies – I never passed out while waiting for the train. I’m kind of bummed because I like the photo I’m […]
Just a snapshot I took while running around the streets of Toronto.
Handheld at night with a half a second shutter so it is not tack-sharp when you zoom in. But that’s ok, I think I captured a good feeling with this shot.
I drove the road over this bridge every day for years and I had no idea it was there.
This guy was posed like this for several minutes, so I took my shot. I don’t think he noticed.
I don’t remember the name of this Church, but I hear that it’s the oldest in southern Alberta with an active congregation. It was built sometime in the 1880s which may account for its diminutive stature.
Calgary isn’t exactly known for its architectural marvels. But given how much the city grew way back in the 1970s, it is not surprising that there are a number of great examples of brutalist architecture.
I always told myself that this building was far to commonly photographed. But I couldn’t resist this night.