Railway Bridge Apr 10, 2004
This image of the underside of a bridge is rotated 90 degrees counter-clockwise. At Eglinton and Leslie is a park with walking trails which pass underneath this old bridge. While Jenn waited for me, I hiked up the hill until I could get to the top of the bridge to take some shots. In this case I preferred this rotated view.
This image was not altered in Photoshop in any way. The extreme contrast is due to the huge exposure range (which my camera can't handle). It was a very bright day and I'm trying to have an appropriate exposure for the underside of the bridge. So, everything else washes out.. Normally this is very bad. In this case I decided to stick with it, given the point of interest was the bridge and not the surrounding landscape.