Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Things that go zoom in the night

Continuing my night time photographic excursion I end up along the Gardiner Expressway and later walked around the Exhibition grounds. The bridge reconstruction work has created large piles of excavated materials that overlook the highway. I climbed one of the little mountains - alone with no Sherpas, and set up my tripod looking towards the downtown core. The long exposure creates rivers of light flowing through the city on the divided highway which brings traffic into Toronto along the edge of Lake Ontario.

In the CNE grounds the wind turbine spins and turns the world with it's power. I hate it when it stops spinning and the world lurches to a stop. I wanted to take a shot of this structure ever since I saw a shot my brother had taken.

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