Friday, March 06, 2009
Wall of water
Toronto, ON, May 2007 [Click to embiggen]
I suppose this is more translucent than transparent, but I'm going to bend my own silly rules for once. (See here if you're not sure why I'm being this obtuse.)
Moving water has always been good to me. It calms me when I'm rushed, and gives me something to focus on when I'm uninspired. I found this fascinating sheet of it in the middle of an airport on my way home from far away. I probably could have put my head down and napped right in the middle of the swarms of strangers, but instead decided to get my camera out of its bag for an impromptu, middle-of-the-terminal photo shoot.
For some reason, post-9/11 security concerns didn't occur to me then. I'd rather apologize after the fact than ask for permission beforehand. That's me, photo-rebel.
Your turn: Do you take pictures where you think you shouldn't? Do tell.
One more thing: I'm live on-air tonight at 8:30 p.m. ET, doing my weekly tech guru chat with John Downs on AM640 in Toronto. Hit their website (http://www.640toronto.com/) and click the Listen Live button if you want to tune in.