Sunday, August 14, 2011

Photo: Distorted Harbour

You don't have to get close to the speed limit of the universe for light to behave in interesting ways. Sometimes, the right kind of reflective surface is enough. Last Friday evening as the sun was landing low in the sky, I caught this shot of the Harbour Centre tower distorted in the windows of Vancouver Community College on Dunsmuir at Hamilton.

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