It's incredible, really, how minor adjustments to the camera lens can affect how a photograph turns out. This was taken in an indoor, open-at-both-ends bus bay at Warden station in Scarborough, and how the camera saw it is not the way I did. Where the portal in the photo is flooded with light, to the eye it was just an ordinary, blue-sky day.
I stood waiting with camera at the ready for what felt like ten minutes just so I could get this shot, as the bus emerged from the stark whiteness. I like that it turned out well enough that its rollsign is readable.
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