Fanshawe Pioneer Village in London, Canada
Shot with a NIKON D300. Exposure: 1/500, Aperture: 5.6, Focal Length: 90.0, ISO: 560
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- I took this photo when I went to Toronto a couple of years ago. Its a beautiful city, and I was really excited to go up Toronto’s (and possibly Canada’s) most famous landmark. I took this photo looking up at the tower from the ground and then put it into black and white.
- Being fascinated by skyscrapers and their complex architecture, I’ve always been determined to look up at a building or tower in order to take it all in. This meant that I would run around frantically, finding the vantage point that allowed my eyes to drink in the entire structure, and admire all of its details. I did this as a child, and I’m still doing this as an adult, just with a camera around my neck.
- "Topa you down to fly?" The only answer to that is hell yea. After complaining about all the traffic, my friend picked up from downtown Montreal to go fly. To be honest I was scared out of my mind, but I had to live the experience. We met our pilot, cleaned the plane, added fuel and their we were, up in the skies of Montreal. It was difficult not taking pictures every second, but it was a must to appreciate the constantly revealing landscapes in front of our eyes. The emotions felt on this adventures were unreal, especially when the plane dropped …
- We were driving through Canmore, Alberta, on our way to Banff National Park. I was overwhelmed by the number of mountains surrounding us; it was the first time I had seen such natural gigantism right in front of me. With the clouds being scattered here and there, and speeding down a high way, it was very difficult to capture the beauty I was seeing with my own eyes through my camera. But as the clouds broke apart over, one particular mountain’s rocky slope and dense tree-covering were illuminated, and I knew that this was the mountain that was worth a quick stop.
- I live in Alberta, Canada and Banff is a fairly close drive that takes about an hour from where I live. Banff is one of my favorite places to take photos since I go on many hikes in the area. This image of the mountain with the forest in front was on of those hikes during the summer.