Edmonton Photowalk Final

Composition Principles: Symmetry and Balance
Canon 6D with Rokinon 85mm f1.4

A few more images from our 14 August Edmonton Photowalk. These have no connection to each other, just pleasing eye-catchers along the route.

 

Peeling paint

This window was in some boarded-up buildings across from the Gibson Block. I love the effect of shedding paint.

 

contrails and the church

As I began to walk back to my vehicle, I noticed how the dispersing contrail was being lit by the rising sun. I moved toward the church until I could align the tower and the contrail to make this association.

 

Shoes dangling from powerline

There is something a bit whimsical about shoes hanging from a power-line, but perhaps there is a more negative connotation with bullying or teasing.

 

Abstract with peeling paint and old bricks. I can't remember which building this is, but near the hotel on Jasper Ave and 97St.

Abstract with peeling paint and old bricks. I can’t remember which building this is, but near the hotel on Jasper Ave and 97St.

 

The next post will be a continuation of the Composition series: Symmetry and Balance.

Composition Principles: Symmetry and Balance
Canon 6D with Rokinon 85mm f1.4
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