Two days spent touring the TTC underground system in Toronto back in February. Too cold outside to shoot, but just warm enough down here (with a slight breeze every now and then).
Frank Gehry’s iconic staircase extends 138 steps over Walker Court and up to the fifth floor within the Art Gallery of Ontario. The Douglas Fir-clad staircase was named after Allan Slaight and Emmanuelle Gattuso in honour of their extraordinary gift that made the re-design of the gallery possible.
I first visited this location back in 2015 in hopes of capturing this clock with the Flatiron Building in the background. Due to construction, there was a tonne of scaffolding interfering with the composition to the point where I moved on. Fast forward to 2017, the scaffolding is gone, and a convenient plant pot that I could secure my camera to in order to get this long exposure photograph.
New York, New York