Light & shadow play on Bay St.

I shot this back in early May when the lockdown was still in effect. I love the light and shadow play here and hung out on this corner for a good half hour or more. With so few cars on the road at the time it was easy to capture Bay St in a state of emptiness. Before the pandemic this shot, sans cars, was next to impossible. Or at least, I certainly didn’t have the patience to wait until I (1.) had a good subject with (2.) no cars distracting from it. Here we are approaching two months later and downtown traffic has gotten much worse, or in other words, it’s quickly returning to normal again.

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1 Response to Light & shadow play on Bay St.

  1. Sonali Dalal says:

    Amazing play of shadows.

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