Urban landscapes: marking 150 years


During a business trip to Canada’s smallest province, I had time to wander down to the waterfront and discover this giant red 2017 art installation. Created to mark our nation’s 150th birthday — and Charlottetown’s pivotal role in that anniversary (it was an 1864 conference in this city that led to Confederation), I was intrigued by the abstract art possibilities and spent a half-hour exploring the shapes and light gradations.
Nikon D7100, tripod

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