Fudge Factory at Clifton Hill, Niagara Falls, Canada.
We had been to Niagara Falls two times before, both visits were during the daytime. It’s the first time we saw the Falls were lightened up by rainbow color illuminations. It was really an unmatched wonderful show.
7:42PM – In Sunset, on the way to the Niagara Falls.
I made a washout style Pop Art design from the original photo.
The original photo.
This one was pictured in Chinatown after had a satisfying meal in a Chinese restaurant.
This one was pictured at Spadina Ave.
In a tiny store of Chinatown in Toronto, I was standing there and staring at this statement, confused first… change what partner? Then I got it… uh-huh. Kind of funny, maybe we shall also adopt this statement into our lives… make marriage vows much more simple – NO Changing of Partner!
Looking down at this busy and crowded city was interesting… almost feel as if we were gods, watching an alive civilization in progress from above.
The detail of this photo – consider this photo was taken through a thick glass window at a height of 1,136ft, with a low end SLR camera… the result was very satisfying.
It took us 2 hours waiting in the line inside the CN Tower (Toronto, Chanda) to get to its Sky Pod (1,465 feet high), luckily, the view was worth for it. I made a Polaroid transfer style photo design from a digital photo I took.
Friends Stan & LaVonne’s stunning kitchen, I did a monochrome blue design rather than its original “living color”, different shades of lights and shadows simplified the theme, gives the image a pencil drawing art feel.
P.S…I asked Alan does he like it… he says… likes it and doesn’t like it…for the reason… it’s a very 50’s style picture.
Well, I guess I made that classical fashion a comeback.. :)
The original photo, took at this morning before we took off for Toronto, Canada.