Totally awesome. Love the colors and silhouette.
Interesting warm mood this picture has. Nicely framed between the shrubs and trees.
i enjoy the warm tone ,,,,, nice shot !
Sam, how do you decide on the exposure. do you trust your eye or do you carry a light meter with you at all times. And on an average how many tries does it take you to get the pic you want (in terms of the light).
The tones in the sky are gorgeous!
There's something about catching another photographer in a photo, that is taking a shot of the same thing you are, that just make it so much better. Excellent Sam.
i like this shot alot. i would like it more without the biker.
Very nice pic. The Tommy Thompson park (or Leslie Spit as its also called) is such a great place to go biking and walking. It provides a great view of the city and lets you escape all the traffic.
My apologies go out to Mike (
http://upperleft.twentyfives.com/index.php?showimage=38) Imposter may have been a poor choice of words on my part, but I thought it was just coincidental that there was a blog entitled so close to the world's best photoblog. We're all inspired by Sam to share our love of photography. No hard feelings Mike.
Delicious colours. Caption should read: "a biker stops to photograph a biker stopping to photograph the cn tower in sunset. tommy thompson park, toronto."
Very interesting - it gives you the feeling of such a summer evening.
It seems also quite like not Toronto, rather resambling Vancouver. This perspective really changes a lot.
as usual, i love your fotos...i haven't been here in a while, but I see you continue to do so well. It's fantastic how beautiful smog can be. take care
It kind of reminds me of Vancouver too-- Minus the mountains of course :) But it has that outdoorsy feel you get in the west...
Maybe it should say...A photographer stops to take a picture of a photographer taking a picture of a sunset.
Nice to see a person in the image. It's not always easy to get people into some shots that would be better with them. Catch as catch can is so much the rule. Lookin' good here, Sam.
If it wasn't for the biker in the way, this photo would have been perfect.