Urban landscapes: my snowprints complete the scene


This western Canadian city has done a lot of work to make its riverfront as useable and attractive as possible. This is one of the charming stops along the Bow River. I encountered it before sunrise, right after a satisfyingly large snowfall, and the snow made the scene even better.
P.S. My snowprints accomplish two things: (1) they break up the empty space in the bottom right section of the scene and (2) they echo the diagonal line of the lights.
Nikon D7100, tripod.

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