My apartment in Toronto was an unobstructed eastern view of downtown from the 17’th floor. This made for some pretty spectacular sunrises pretty much every morning, but it felt like I hadn’t seen a proper sunset in over a year.
In my new place, we face mostly west, which allows for those sunsets to provide a bit more influence, but there’s still a fair bit of blockage by the trees. This compelled me to start keeping an eye out for good spots that might make for a nice sunset.
There is a tiny outcrop of LaSalle park in Burlington that I checked out as the sun went down. After looking around, it might actually make for a better sunrise vantage point, but I was already there so what the heck, right? There even happened to be a group of swans going to meet up with their buddies.
I took this with my 24-70mm lens, shooting at 1/1000 and f5.6 with an ISO of 100.