I grew up sailing past this building, the empty husk of an old power plant; seeing it rejuvenated and renewed, as the head of Emera (formerly Nova Scotia Power) is a real pleasure. Most people photograph it in the morning, when the sun and morning sky reflect off the glass, but I quite like it at dusk, when it is back-lit against the fading evening sky.
My last image of this field trip, focused on night photography, was of Pier 21, took full advantage of the strong reflection of the street lights on the side of the old rail car. The 90 second exposure rendered the couple of people who walked through the image invisible.
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