Urban landscapes: when old & new collide


There wasn’t going to be a sunrise on this cloudy spring day, but ‘blue hour’ – the 45 minutes before daybreak – turned out to be a fine time for a long exposure of this historic waterworks and the gigantic hotels on the Canadian side of Niagara Falls. I used a darkening filter on Nikon D90 in order to get as long an exposure as possible and blur the water. Of course, an exposure this long required a tripod, too.

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