Hamilton Steel

"Unless you are willing to drench yourself in your work beyond the capacity of the average man, you are just not cut out for positions at the top."
~ J.C. Penny

A small segment of the industrial steel behemoth that has been the economic engine of Hamilton. I think the city gets a bad rap due to the industry, it smells and dominates the the shore line of the city. However at night, when the mills are running, it can be facinating to watch.

For me, in my teenage years, it was a place I liked to visit on my bike. I even got my first car in Hamilton, our first home in Canada was close to the core and I played countless shows with the band in some seriously sketchy joints along Barton. I like plucky Hamilton over Toronto.

Camera :Nikon D200
Lens :Nikon 70-200mm f/2.8G ED-IF AF-S VR
Shutter Speed :1/13
ISO :320
f-Stop :11
Strobes :Array
Location :Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Conditions :Overcast, clearing
04-23
Detail of the fountain at Uhelny trh square
Happy Birthday Trev
Out to pasture
crazy-beans
failing-fence
Sunflowers and Waiting Rooms
Jazz Hands
Suited for a Picture
Old Barn
Sarah
Bess and Her Dogs

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