Grange Park

By: Lesley

Jun 17 2011

Category: Toronto


Focal Length:4.6mm
Shutter:1/0 sec

Okay, they are not exactly walking, and they are not exactly on a street…. but including people in my architecture photos is relatively new for me. This group of friends were walking along near Chinatown and found a shady spot to rest in Grange Park at the back of the Art Gallery of Ontario.

Participating in Walk in the Street and Weekend in Black and White

10 comments on “Grange Park”

  1. I thought walking in the street is meant to show what you see while you walk the streets, so this fits the theme perfectly.

    I really like the mood that the b/w had given to this composition.

  2. It’s a good shot, with plenty to see. I like it.

  3. The friends in the foreground give a nice perspective to the building.

  4. They look like they are having such a delightful time. Beautiful photo.

  5. un b&w tres doux, avec je trouve une belle lumiere

    Merci d’avoir participer au challenge “Walk In The Street Photography”

  6. I like this very much–the composition is excellent, and the subject appealing. Good job!

  7. What an interesting sculpture on the front of the building. Lots of lights and shadows that make the picture interesting. Have a nice weekend. Mickie 😉

  8. Including those people in your photo makes the composition Lesley. They give it scale, humanize it. I like this one.

    The best times for nature photography are mornings or evenings when the light is softer and more directional. The light and shadows define your edges and forms.

  9. Nice white and black photo.It seems to have soft focus filter.

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