One evening in September I was at Lansdowne Park and happened to capture some photos around dusk. This is the Aberdeen Square, with the Aberdeen Pavilion at left.
Over on the other side of the Pavilion, there were a few tell-tales of load out from an event earlier in the month, the City Folk music festival.
This looks towards the stadium, with the light sculpture all aglow.
And this is closer to the Pavilion itself.
Later in the night, things were a bit different, with some of the lights turned down around the place.
The Pavilion is always a treat to photograph.
Turning to the right from the above shot takes in the Horticulture Building, another visual gem.
There's a basketball court here, which doubles as an outdoor rink in the winter.
The Aberdeen Pavilion, once again.
Turning completely around from the above shot- something less impressive. A skate park. I really don't see why these things are allowed. But then I'm biased. I've had nothing but negative experiences with skate boarders.
The south side of the Pavilion was darker than it was earlier in the evening, with most of the lights off here, and the light sculpture off.
But the Pavilion beckoned anyway.
You live in a beautiful place. Oh, it looks like winter already....ReplyDelete
This is a large square. What a peaceful looking evening there. No crowds at all eitherReplyDelete
The whole place looks so wide..ReplyDelete
Beautiful night walk.ReplyDelete
We have a skate park for young people in our neighborhood. It is almost always busy with skaters, who do not cause any nuisance or hindrance at all.
The blue lighting castes an interesting effect across the city landscape.ReplyDelete
Nice night photos, they have a quiet daylight doesn't have.ReplyDelete
Lovely night time photos! Take care, enjoy your day!ReplyDelete
Thanks for this evening in Ottawa.ReplyDelete
I find these quite appealing. Such a nice atmosphere.ReplyDelete
I enjoyed this series of night photos.ReplyDelete
Gostei de ver estas belas fotografias nocturnas.ReplyDelete
Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana.
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
@Iris: not quite winter!ReplyDelete
@roentare: people would have been in the cinema or restaurants.
@Italiafinlandia: it's quite open.
@Jan: my experience is different, it seems.
@Rosie: thank you.
@Rosemary: it does.
@maywyn: later in the night was quieter than dusk.ReplyDelete
@Eileen: thank you.
@David: you're welcome.
@anvilcloud: me too.
@fun60: I did too.
Always nice with an evening look at the city.ReplyDelete
I liked strolling along.ReplyDelete
That horticulture building IS a gem. I love the moodiness of the lighting.ReplyDelete
Wonderful blue lighting on the surroundings, William.ReplyDelete
Some very nice night time shots here.ReplyDelete
@Stefan: it is.ReplyDelete
@Jeanie: me too.
@Sharon: thank you.
Some very nice evening shots.ReplyDelete
A beautiful and interesting place to walk (and take pictures!). Thank you for sharing them. Your header photo is lovely -- we don't have much Fall color here at all yet, so I am feasting my eyes on yours!ReplyDelete
Beautiful night shots, William.ReplyDelete
Es un bonito parque , que invita a pasear con esa luz nocturna y siempre que la noche tenga una buena temperatura.ReplyDelete
How beautiful your city is at night.ReplyDelete
Very nice evening captures William.ReplyDelete
All the best Jan
@Red: thank you.ReplyDelete
@Sallie: you're welcome.
@Bill: I thought so too.
@Sandi: very much so.
@Gemel: it can be.
@Jan: thank you.
What a delightful photo night walk with you ~ Your night shots are always exceptionally creative ~ReplyDelete
Wishing you good health, laughter and love in your days ~
A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)
A lovely walk in all the lights.ReplyDelete
...I never take night photos. These are lovely.ReplyDelete