Spotlights on the Skyline by Randy Hoffmann

toronto photography by Randy Hoffmann
Photo by Randy Hoffmann

A 30 sec. long exposure of Toronto’s skyline taken from the ever popular Polson Pier vantage point. The spotlights originating from the ACC (Air Canada Centre) are accentuated by the damp and hazy conditions that night. The vertical white lights of the Aura condominium tower (currently Canada’s tallest residential building at 63 storeys) can be seen at far right.

Note: the spotlights are rotating and it is the long exposure that produces a conical effect.

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