In today's photograph, it becomes strikingly evident that I do not know how to tell time, as I believed I had last posted something on Friday. Also, it demonstrates the relatively arrow-straight construction used on parts of the Bloor-Danforth subway line in Toronto. From the eastbound platform at Chester Station, when looking east you can see the lights of another station in the distance; with a 16x optical zoom lens, these lights resolve into the platform of Pape Station, the next stop along the line. Not close enough resolution to recognize anything other than lights and blobs, really, but even so--throughout much of the city, geology and prior construction means that the tunnel curves this way and that, bumps up, digs down. In this case, it's a bit strange to be able to see where you're going before you've even left for it yet.
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