Whoever thought that a subway station could rival a cathedral for lighting?
[Downsview Station, Toronto]
A splendid image! briliant!
20 Apr 2007 5:55am
@Still: Merci beaucoup, Still!
20 Apr 2007 6:35am
@William: Thanks, William!
20 Apr 2007 9:07am
@Helen: Thanks, Helen!
20 Apr 2007 11:41am
@Craiger: Thanks, Craig! Just saw it that moment before the train arrived. Funny, I've been on that platform countless times and never noticed it before.
Every once in a while you do something really amazing.
(But I knew that a long time ago.)
20 Apr 2007 1:58pm
@JS: Aw shucks, Jan! Really all I had to do was push the little button-thing on the camera.
Cool! Even more because of that cathedral comparison.
20 Apr 2007 2:47pm
@SPunkt: Thanks, SPunkt!
Wow, it sure does, spectacular light, colour and texture
20 Apr 2007 11:43pm
@Richard_Irwin: Many thanks, Richard!
Hey Damon, been forever since I've been around, just dropping a line. Great work as always.
20 Apr 2007 11:46pm
@Paul Ricciardi: Hey Paul, glad to see you back here! I've been posting regularly, but I had to take a break from commenting and replying as well. Many thanks!
wow -absolutely stunning!
21 Apr 2007 12:05am
@Art Monkey: Many thanks, AM!
Well thats just the funkiest thing I have seen in a while, interesting view especially from a subway station. Nice compostion.
21 Apr 2007 4:18am
@Rene: Thanks, Rene! Glad you liked it.
Vereh nicely done, I like the light circle thingies...
21 Apr 2007 4:47am
@Mammoth in Chief: Many thanks, Mammoth!
Wish my subway stations used some natural lighting.. Great capture..
21 Apr 2007 5:35am
@Nick Passantino: I never realised that this one did until the other day. Pays to look up. Thanks, Nick!
Always pays to look up! This is a great capture! Super!
21 Apr 2007 9:25am
@reflected concepts: Indeed! Sometimes it pays more to look down, though: that's where the money is. Thanks, sHadow!
good work!! fritz lang would have liked it a lot! maybe even better in bw?
21 Apr 2007 12:38pm
@Joe: Many thanks, Joe! It might look good in black and white, but I love these colours too much.
It reminds me of Louis Khan's "National Assembly Building", a very good eye to catch this shot.
21 Apr 2007 9:49pm
@Bahar: Well, I've never been to Bangladesh, but from what I've seen on the web, there may be some architectural similarities. Actually, now that I think about it, Downsview station has provided me with some great photographic opportunities over the last few months. The only problem with Downsview is that once you arrive, there's nothing worth seeing outside the station. Thanks, Bahar!
I love the lines, shapes and geometry here. Great graphic image.
22 Apr 2007 12:49am
@Evie: Thanks, Evie! It was one of those rare photos that you know from the moment you snap the shutter will turn out well.
So happy to be visiting your blog again, exciting work Damon!
22 Apr 2007 2:28am
@filipe franco: Many thanks, Filipe! Likewise!
Great play with light Damon. And... looks like a cathedral with the wall colors... !
23 Apr 2007 5:54am
@Jerry: Thanks, Jerry!
Wonderful Lighting Damon, stunning work!
23 Apr 2007 1:26pm
@Alfredo J. Martiz J.: Many thanks, Alfredo! Glad you're stunned!
Cool shot, well use of light and shadows.
31 May 2007 6:40am
Artsy qualities - Cool take!
7 Jan 2008 12:10pm
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