what a fantastic concept!
Great shot! Love the colours and composition.
I've walked by here many times and never made the effort to cross the street to actually find out what it was. Thanks for the info!
nice combination, great color, however, too much details, little distractive.
Uii, super! This looks really cool! It is just the right time of season for such a colorful instalation!
Great picture..I like this old house, because is so simple and the season is perfect for this shot....The patch from bench and panel is amazing...In fact these things embellished this great picture.
Great contrast between the old house and the very cold artwork!
That is really interesting. The rainbow colors really pop against the otherwise dull surroundings. I'll bet this would be a refresshing sight in thedead of a long grey winter.
Well - I'm naturally curious about just what that colourfull board does, but I'm almost more impressed with the incredible wall of naked vines. I'd say that this display space would be hard for anyone with a camera to walk past and not shoot.
The blatant colour surely removes any sense of relaxed space.
wondering if ever posted a long exposure using pclix - see your previous comments from the north york timelapse below
paul who created pclix gave it to me for testing a few months back and I've been carrying it everywhere with me and I was surprised how often I've used it. the usage is not only limited to timelapse photography, but is an excellent way to control very long exposures, which I'll post a sample of soon. thank you paul for this wonderful new toy!
Man, you take good pictures. I've been documenting aspects of Toronto and shot this park, but I did not frame it nearly so well.
Thanks for the link too so I could figure out what it was. Nice work on capturing it mid-motion.
Great selection of colors here.
Love the colours and detail! Excellent work Sam.
That's incredible, hypnotizing contraption.
Cool. Its a great idea, great capture. Have you got any more photos like this?
Don't like it. I find the colours on that installation disharmonious and incongruous with the surrounding environs. Visual cacaphony imo. Non merci, definitely not my cup o' tea.
great photo.. BUT HEY. any one live in montreal????? WIE (women in engineering) is in need of a photographer to take shots of us at work/ at play in the engineering feild for a calender we are planning to put together. Anyone interested please email me!!!!!!! or if you know of anyone who would like to do the job please inform me!!!
woah that is insane. and amazing. i want to see that. cara-see.
Love the photo Sam, just curious why you didn't correct the slight perspective off. You usually do and it's bugging me! :)
This is one of the best photos i've ever seen.
Would you mind to upload a HighRes version of it, caus i'd like to use it as a wallpaper.
beautiful! the context is what creates this... would love to see a winter context... the last autumn colours, in the yellow of the leaves, are 'picked up' in the installation. A definite Zen element to this...
This makes me want to jump up and down and go crazy and eat whale blubber and try new things. What about you!?!?! Arctic char anyone??? I love it. Almost more than that saxaphone player who has a murderous look in his eye...