Had a short trip this week and found myself in unexpectedly-cool Kingston, Ontario. Unfortunately not much time to enjoy the area but would like to go back some day. Did happen to grab a few frames along the way, with my day starting by looking out my decidedly grungy hotel window facing the 401. That highway never sleeps. With morning light baking down thought there was something interesting in focusing on the window grime and liked the result.
Was an enjoyable drive from Mississauga to Kingston, and after arriving we headed off for lunch and found ourselves at the Tir nan Og pub. Great lunch, and the interior had an immense amount of character, texture, and amazing window light to boot. My colleagues are now used to the sound of a shutter slap so I don't worry too much about hauling out the camera in the middle of lunch.
Later in the day we had to head out on Refreshment Duty. While heading back to the car for whatever reason this roofline caught my eye. Aim, crop, shoot, check, and on our way.
Next morning as I'm preparing to leave the street below caught my eye. I liked the look of it, the lone vehicle in front of the restaurant, the reflection of the neon sign on the truck's hood, and the spear of dawn illuminating the building.
Arrived early back at Pearson with hopes to grab a different flight. No luck but gave me some more lounge time to catch up. A Faceless Traveller was on the phone by the window and thought it made an interesting frame. Snap, snap. Done.
And, finally, Pearson's Terminal 1 ceiling while waiting at my gate to board. I liked the shapes and the light. Flight was on time, actually landed a bit early, and the weekend was again upon me.