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Photographer's Note

This is one of those "Oh My God" type of photos where you just happened to be driving along the road and you spotted something unexpectingly. This was taken in Surrey, a city just outstide of Vancouver.

It was early in the moning, just after sunrise, and the sun was shining down on the SkyTrain casting a large black silhouette into the blue sky.

The SkyTrain is Canada's version of the underground subway train, but its obviously above ground. The black curve is the large concrete rail for the trains.

I'm still not sure if this is a good or bad photo. I like the silhouette look, but is it ok to have that white overexposed area? does it look alright? I tend to like it this way, as it was seriously way to bright to expose it correctly. Numerous attempts at bracketing didn't produce better results, so i kept it as seen here.

Please give me your honest opinions. Looking forward to read what you have to say.
have a great day everyone
Cheers
Craig

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