After much trial and error, I have discovered that my camera can in fact take somewhat serviceable photographs in low-light situations - as long as I'm careful about it. This means that I have to be facing the sunset, so it can take advantage of what light there is. If I'm facing east at twilight, the picture will be terrible. I know from harsh experience.
This photo was taken looking west along King Street West at Dufferin. Every second the light was getting a little bit dimmer. Opponents of streetcars may be chagrined to learn that, yes, they can build up such blinding speed that they're reduced to blurs. That's one reason I like them so much.
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