Love the Dark blue of the sky and the crispness of the buildings. You see why I had to snap a few, after months of nothing. Then I turned around and snapped a few of the train sitting in the station and the new station. The contrast of darkness and the redness of the shadowed side just contrast so nicely.
As I was driving out of the station to see what else I could shoot, I noticed the Ford Smoke stacks. I have shot them before from down river on the other side; but haven't shot them from this side so close. So I decided to drive back around to shoot them; however as I got to the light I noticed another of the Hiram Walker buildings across the street, right on the river front. It has a lot of glass in it and it is reflecting the sky from the sunset sky and is just a great shot. So I parked and got those shots next.
Love the look of these. The dark blue in the windows and the browns lf the brick and tree. Just so good I looked up as I drove up to the light at this corner when I did. I could have missed it. So then I ma standing there getting these shots with the camera on the tripod and I have to try to take it while no cars are coming. I don't want light streaks in it. However i have wanted to take pictures with light streaks; and so here is a clear opportunity. So I adjust the tripod and snap a few.
So for a first time shooting in months, I have to say it was nice to have a great night, and to see some new inspiration. Can't wait to see what else presents itself. I have missed this.