I recently went to visit the annual Winter Stations art installation in the Beaches neighbourhood of Toronto. The art designs are made overtop of lifeguard towers giving the space a purpose during the winter months.
For the main photo, I arrived just as the dun’s rays went red hot for about 5 minutes before setting. The red hot glow made a nice key light for my subject. The glow and rainbow colours in the horizon were a nice backdrop to my subject with the sand on the beach complimenting it further. This installation is called “The Beacon” by Joao Araujo Sousa and Joanna Correia Silva of Porto, Portugal.
I have included a few other images that I took while I was there.
You can check out the Winter Stations website for more info on the designs each year. This year, the event last until March 28th, 2017.
I have been taking photographs for a company that rents spaces in downtown Toronto for events. The company allows me to shoot many different types of spaces, furthering my experience in the field. I will be sure to share more of them as I move forward with them.
After shooting the photos with my friend Maria Florescu at the Hot Tub factory, we had talked about doing another shoot. The next time we were both available we met up and wanted to do a Guess or Calvin Klein styled shoot with bright white light and nice shadows.