Urban landscapes: ready if needed


During a recent visit to this western Canadian province, I spent considerable time working with this impressive structure in beautiful evening light.
Tried something different here, highlighting the fire hydrant as a subject and also through keeping it in colour while converting the rest of the scene into monotone.
Not everyone will like this scene, and that’s okay. I like doing challenging photographic things! 🙂
Nikon D7100, tripod, fill-flash, polarizing filter

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