Under the overpass, pt II

I like shooting large structures like this. On my shot list is an idea to come down here at the crack of dawn and see how much morning light manages to slip under the upper deck, which is an expressway that traverses Toronto. I processed this shot to have that desolate, empty feeling that’s like a brother to me.

So Friday’s finally here, thank god. The day started good, but went down hill the moment I got to work. At one point I was planning to simply go home at lunch and not come back until next week. Fortunately, I came to my senses and stuck it out. At least I won’t have to think about that place again until Tuesday.

My new Moo Cards arrived today, yay! If you’re not familiar with Moo Cards, they’re these mini business cards that are perfect for photographers like myself. They’re dirt cheap, too. You upload your own photos and then your information, and presto you’re orders only a couple of weeks away. I paid something like $25. including shipping for a box of 100. Not bad. If you’re interested, you can order them using my discount referral code and get 10% off your first order. Check it out: moo.com

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8 Responses to Under the overpass, pt II

  1. Chloe says:

    Superb capture Dave! I have moo cards too 🙂

  2. John Smith says:

    Fabulous and dynamic image. Great shot.
    Regards, John

  3. I’m wondering what a mini business card is. Why not a regular business card? And $25 for 100 sounds outrageiously expensive. Have you tried Vista Print. 500 cards free on their promotions, which they seem to be running all the time.

    • It’s like half a full sized card. Not something you’d use for professional services but great for friends and people you meet on the street. Haven’t checked out Vista. I’ll give them a look. Thanks.

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