An image of the driveway between the parking structure and one of the buildings at the La Jolla Executive Square sometime after the normal working hours.
The bookshelf at the Piano/study room in my building complex, this room leads you to three other rooms: the kitchen to the left, the mini-theater to the right and perpendicular to where I’m standing (not shown) it leads to the Bar/Billiards room!
This is the south end of the main campus (St. George Campus) of the University of Toronto, the building in the far distance is University College which I took a close up of later on. Later on tonight I’ll be heading back home for the holiday season, time to spend with the family and just relax. Hope that some of you will be taking some time off to recharge for 2013
I’ve been wanting to take this image since I upgraded to a full frame camera as I couldn’t take the same image in landscape mode with my previous camera which had a crop sized sensor. The weather didn’t co-operate either when I attempted until two years later! I only attempted twice before though and it was really foggy so I didn’t bother.
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The gates at Regents La Jolla Residence
Downtown San Diego at night where all the traffic was going into the city as opposed to the ocean.
A section of an underground tunnel in Abu Dhabi’s corniche.
For this week’s entry I’m going with the Ocean Beach Fishing Pier. I just squatted down for this image and made sure that I was right down the middle to get all my lines parellel
This week’s photo challenge is about something that is Big; larger than life. Here is the biggest terminal (Terminal 1) in the biggest airport in Canada (Toronto’s Pearson International). This is just a portion of the US side of the terminal, there is an international side of the terminal and the reason for this is because you clear US customs in most Canadian Airports. Technically this picture was taken in an area that is under US law which makes arriving at your destination a much more convenient process; since you’ve already gone through the hassle of clearing customs you just pick up your luggage and go.