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Caine says:

Happy Canada Day! Terrific series. 3rd, 4th and 5th shots are my favourites.

2nd Jul 2007, 07:10

mtn_hermit says:

Wow! I didn't know they lit up the CN Tower like that; that's awesome!

2nd Jul 2007, 07:12

JokerXL says:

fab series of night shots SR, lovely stuff!

2nd Jul 2007, 07:35

nige says:

i still say you're bigger than the CN Tower. lovely pics, especially the moon.

2nd Jul 2007, 09:27

swamprose says:

thank you.

For some reason, they have put LED lights on the CN tower, and it is different colours for special events. It was pink for Pride Week.

taking photos at night is something I have to work on. there are fireworks every night this week, so I might try that out. any help gratefully received.

2nd Jul 2007, 12:10

minkey says:

Those are great. In the thumbprint the first one looked like an alian from the war of the world :-)

2nd Jul 2007, 12:36

Sprocket says:

love that first one - were you dangling off a bridge to get the shot?

2nd Jul 2007, 16:18

Dhamaka says:

and what a wonderful ending

2nd Jul 2007, 19:54

Love the second one. All busy and stuff!

2nd Jul 2007, 21:40

swamprose says:

thank you all.

the train goes under the bridge you have to cross to get down to Lake Ontario where all the fun is. It did not hit me.

mtn hermit, special thanks. I learned a lot. like I used the wrong ISO. and my tripod would have helped. wondering how to take my tripod with me on my bike...

3rd Jul 2007, 00:38

chocolate says:

absolutely LOVE that second one

4th Jul 2007, 21:35

mtn_hermit says:

For portability purposes, there's always something like the Gorillapod:
There's plenty of do-it-yourself tripod ideas too. Check here for a few:

5th Jul 2007, 18:46

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