A photographic look at life in the Greater Toronto Area
I am the same way Halcyon, I am always fascinated with train tracks. There is an area in KC that has a huge amount of train tracks. The highway goes over it and of course no place to stop for a photo. It is in my plan to someday find a way to photograph them.This is perfect in b&w!
Super shot. Love the b&w and the great contrast. And I love train tracks, too. This reminds me a lot of the El in Chicago.
Subway tracks might not be the best thing to post about in TO's current Rob Ford imbroglio! :)
wowThis picture is beautiful in b&w!Very artistic!Léia
Le subway aérien !!!(Moi aussi j'ai du mal avec les crêperies hors de Bretagne et même en Bretagne je trouve qu'elles sont de moins en moins bonnes... :-(
Nice photo.Regards and best wishes
Anything related to trains is fascinating to me and anything related to trains seems to make perfect B&W subject matter. Great photo.
Great shot and a good post for B&W-W!Happy B&W weekend!
great choice for monochrome really interesting mixture of values, lines and textures.
Halcyon, The McCoy Federal Building is under construction now to be completed by the end of year. I listed it just for you.I was in Lawrence today and went by Halcyon House and thought of you and wondered how you came up with Halcyon. I agree I don't like these late games. Rock Chalk.
Beautifully done, Halcyon. It looks like you have been transported back to 1930.
I absolutely love this shot.
It's a familiar scene and architecture. It could be somewhere in the London suburbs as easily as in Toronto.
Great! Have a nice day!
Fine shot. I love how the light falls.
A wonderful shot with great light/shadows!I like the lines and texture in this photo!:)
They are fascinating indeed! I like this shot in monochrome very much. Nicely done.
In my childhood we lived in a block of houses next to the railroad tracks - pieces of memories I'll never forget!
I like this. My first image STOP this morning.
I hate the new word verification. Since I have trouble reading those "words", I am assuming others do too.