When I was walking from Waterfront station to Davie Street for some food, I walked through this protected walkway next to a worksite. I thought the way the sunlight seep through those gaps could form a nice composition for a photo. So I walked back to snap this shot.
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Recently I have been busy traveling for two reasons. One for a holiday trip and the other was to spend time with my family. In this post, I was in Vancouver for holidays. It was not as cold as I was predicting it to be. Thus, I managed to visit quite a few interesting places, which I will share with you all in my coming posts.
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The University of Manchester recently released a list of the world's 10 most dangerous volcanoes. While going through the list, I noticed Mount Aso in Japan was ranked 4th. This reminded me of my visit in December 2014, where I witnessed Mount Aso spilling ashes and my bus had to be diverted. The photo in this post was taken from my bus while it was being diverted. I thought it would be interesting to share my experience and my apologies for the reflection from the bus windows.
If anyone was wondering what happened to me for the last 2 weeks - I was in Rotterdam, Netherlands. Above is Rotterdam Centraal railway station. I like the angular look that distorts the surrounding buildings. It kind of remind me of Manchester Oxford Road railway station with a more grandeur exterior.
Below is a photo that I have taken along Meent where it crosses Delftsevaart. I like the surroundings of this cafe, which carries the character of the place.
For those of you who have read my post last week, and wonder where were the photos taken? Yes, it's at Scarborough. The image above is a shot of the bay and the below photo is the toll house.