Urban landscapes: dredging the harbour
MORNING AT THE LAKE, OSHAWA, ONTARIO
Sadly, this city of 150,000, just east of Toronto (Canada’s largest city) has never been known for its esthetic beauty. But there is a lot to appreciate there for anyone with a discerning eye – especially during the magical early morning hours.
I found this scene of a lone dredger and a tugboat at just the right location, with lights towering over the wharf extending out into Lake Ontario. Nikon D90, tripod, polarizing filter.
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