One of the reasons I choose the morning to do field trips along the waterfront is because the lower, angular light in the morning creates great shadows, which help give birth to photographs like this.
The three tortured street lamps are a waterfront sculpture. Usually I photograph them much closer with a wide lens to exaggerate the twisted forms, but I caught a glimpse of this vantage point, with all three lights intersecting, as I walked along the waterfront, and changed to a long lens to make this view.
Digital infrared original
I've been photographing the Emera Headquarters since before it was renovated, but with so much glass on the building face, it is so different from day to day.