Blue Hour in Toronto

5 Jun
Blue Hour Toronto Skyline

Blue Hour Toronto Skyline

The last of my three Long Exposure submissions for this month’s collaboration with my co-host Nick is an HDR image of the Toronto skyline.  It was my first visit to Toronto, and the lesson I learned: things close early on Sunday.  We had plans to eat at in / explore the Distillery District and St. Lawrence Market, but by the time we made our way to that side of the city, most of the restaurants were closed.

We eventually found a great little place to eat, but we were definitely into the blue hour by the time we paid our bill.  I was convinced I had missed my opportunity at a good skyline shot since I was smack in the middle of skyscrapers, with no clear lines of sight at anything…until we came to this spot.

I looked up, pointing out the CN Tower to my friend, telling her she should take a picture.  Then it dawned on me…perhaps I should also take a picture. haha

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2 Responses to “Blue Hour in Toronto”

  1. 8teen39 June 5, 2012 at 7:27 pm #

    Love it. I keep missing your challenges but that doesn’t mean I don’t learn anything. I’m going this weekend to take photos downtown at night. Should be fun. If I don’t get mugged.

    • seeingspotsphoto June 5, 2012 at 8:48 pm #

      The next challenge will be a ton of fun…I really hope you can participate!

      I’m so glad you’re learning! We can always get better. 🙂

      I’m looking forward to seeing some of your night shots. But please, don’t get mugged!!

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