Humber Bay Arch Bridge
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|The Humber Bay Arch Bridge (also known as the Humber River Arch Bridge, the Humber River Pedestrian Bridge, or the Gateway Bridge) is a pedestrian and bicycle through arch bridge south of Lake Shore Boulevard West in Toronto, Canada. Completed in the mid-1990s, the bridge is part of the Martin Goodman Trail and is 139 metres (456 ft) in length, with a clear span of 100 metres (330 ft) over the mouth of the Humber River to protect the environmental integrity of the waterway|
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Not a bad shot Joe - the exposure is about right, but the slight lean of the horizon is off putting as I don't think that it's deliberately part of the composition of the shot.
The photo is also very pixellated, expecially on the yop of the bridge. There is a free downlaod called BDSizer that you can use to reduce the photo and save at a chosen size.
- [2013-09-09 13:12]
I wouldn't necessarily classify this as a decisive moment shot, but it's a nice night shot. There is a noticeable right tilt to the shot, but unfortunately if you attempt to correct it you will lose part of the arch.