Urban landscapes: the curves of light


The metal sculpture, in front of one of Calgary’s many skyscrapers, is two licks of stylized flames. As I walked past, I wondered how the light would bounce around the inside parts of the flames.
As you can see, the light created an amazing abstract composition, especially when I eliminated all traces of the outside world. Tried a few pictures with fill-flash and was pleased by the results, but didn’t process them because the flash left a shadow.
Nikon D7100, 70-300 mm. lens, tripod.

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