When a crazy fog movement rolled into Toronto recently, many of the city's photographers went out to shoot the fog. The initial inclination for us 'rooftoppers' is to head for the closest and tallest building you can find...which we did. As the fog rolled in blanketing us at the current roof level (around 53 storeys) my friend Ryan had an obvious answer as to where to go next; the highest vantage point in the city.
After a hilarious encounter with the staff of said building (which I will share with you in person should that day ever come), we were literally on top of the world looking down on the city engulfed in fog. Ryan, known for his timelapse work (see Toronto Tempo) was doing his thing while I was there with only my Olympus OM-D and a couple of shots left on my Bronica medium format camera. We both did ok from up there.
Shutter: 1.5 Seconds
Camera: Olympus OM-D E-M5
Lens: Panasonic Lumix 14mm F/2.5
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