Many of us have been in this situation where we have to catch a connecting flight and transit at an airport for a few hours. But what do you do if it is an 8 hours transit? Airport lounges or exiting the airport to visit the city are alternatives. During my transit, I didn't want to get stuck in a jam at New York, going through the security again and the airport lounges in terminal 8 at JFK were packed due to construction going on in other lounges. So I hop from gates to gates, cafes to cafes and spent my time capturing sunset shots.
I spotted this couple modelling and shooting in the park. Great gear and that guy look like a pro!
Somedays it feels like you are a spectator viewing from a distance at others reaping success from your hard work. Have you ever felt this way? Let me know in the comments.
The photo above was shot during sunset at Mellon Park in Pittsburgh.
Since I moved to Pittsburgh, I realized that I have not posted many articles on this city. So I am going to put in more afford to publish more about my activities in Pittsburgh. I want to share a photo I took last week at Carnegie Mellon University. This is a picture of Hunt Library taken at dusk from College of Fine Arts Lawn.
You may already know that this exist but I was pleasantly surprised to find such a beautiful classical Chinese gardens in Canada. I would recommend the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden to anyone who visit Vancouver. Not only do you get to see this magnificent garden, but you should also check out Vancouver's Chinatown at the garden's doorstep, and the neighbouring Gastown.
It was a lovely day when I visited the gardens. The clear blue skies helped to highlight the beauty of the house and gardens, even though the pond was frozen. By the time I managed to visit the surrounding areas, it was getting late, and I headed to Harbour Centre to capture some colourful aerial view of downtown Vancouver.
Following up from my previous post on "Vancouver City from Seawall at Stanley Park", this post features the famous Canada Place in Vancouver, Canada. The lovely colours of the night lightings really bring out the best of the surroundings. I wished I could spend more time shooting the shoreline of North Vancouver, but the wind was so chilled, that sent me searching for a warm cafe.
Sorry for missing last week post. Work has caught up with me.