About a month ago (may 3rd to be precise) Coaxial and I went for a walk about the New Westminster Quay with cameras in hand, and I am just getting about to blogging the results now. :) I wanted to try out the new 16-35 that replaced the old 16-35 as well as check out the areas of New West that I haven’t photoed yet. It was a ridiculously nice day out with bright blue skies (i know I just said that I don’t photowander in the sun) and puffy clouds.
The best part of this photo is the Star Choice Satellite dish :)
Interesting light was happening on this manhole cover so the triptych was in order!
When i was a little kid i used to play with G.I.Joes in weeds like these! I pretended that they were huge trees in an epic forest.
There was a lot of aweful graffiti about but these were the best of the bunch
16-35 =awesome! I love how the wider the lens the less dramatic the contrast of light and dark is.Â My fish eye is almost always bang on exposure from light to dark.Â Here I had some help filling in the shadows for the sun was reflecting off a huge white building and filled in the right side nicely! :)
Walls with wires are cool!
Train Tracks and blue skies = fun
The Skytrain bridge looked surreal this day. It sort of looked like it was a painted backdrop in a lower budget Sci-Fi show.
Coaxial may have found a new calling as a hillbilly.
Ya so a month old but swell none the less! Enjoy! if i get around to it i may even pull out photos from the perogiy party that we went to afterwards. But dont hold your breath! :)