Some sunset shots from back in mid-September. It had been a while since I’d been out shooting at night—not much time these days after the birth of my baby girl in July—but this was one of those nights I knew I had to get out and shoot. I think I actually missed the real color show by around five minutes, but I still managed to get some nice results.
On a side note, I’m going to try to resist this spot for a while, as it is now officially the most clichéd photo spot in the city. It’s understandable, of course; the bridge, the museum, the skyline, the river, the sunset. Pretty spectacular.
Some shots from Lombard Avenue in the Exchange District. From the top: One of the Nutty Club Buildings; a couple of shots of 135 Lombard—a real modernist gem; the Grain Exchange Building (built 1908); a modernist parkade; and finally, a chap whose name I cannot remember. He had asked me to take a photo so I gladly obliged. I had my wide angle lens on at the time (not recommended for portraits) which explains his inexplicably large feet.