Oh how I love a good staircase. Add Frank Gehry to the mix and I’m not sure it can be beat!
So, on my last visit to Toronto I made sure to take advantage of their Wednesday night free admission to explore the museum and get a few more shots of the incredibly designed staircase by Mr. Gehry 🙂
This time I shot with my wide angle lens, 14-24mm. It’s been awhile since I’ve shot anything with this, but thought it would be nice to change it up a bit and, hopefully, get a different perspective than last time. Like I mention often, setting limitations helps me focus on the actual “seeing” of photography instead of getting caught up in the gear of photography. Just give it a try, it really does help free you from distractions.
Without further ado, here are those images…
As usual, completely forgot to take a wider shot with my real camera. But, I did grab one with my phone. So, for those of you that want to know what the heck you’re looking at, here ya go 😉
I mostly prefer the black & white versions of these abstracts, but the wood is really pretty on this staircase, so I couldn’t pass up some color versions. Head over here for those + the pics from my last visit.