big window, tiny shadow

swung by the union station across the street from the office. i wanted to see how the 14mm would fare with the big windows. i was not disappointed. and i even captured a woman walking across the window!

it might be a tad difficult to discern the Christmas decors through the three doors below but the union station has a rather cozy "promenade" with mock old storefronts/displays to complete a nostalgic canadian Christmastide.

my purse is a lot lighter now but it is still a tad heavy and i reckon it's the wallet's fault. i'm not sure if i should be carrying with me the larger kit lens if i'm just going to work?

thank you, everybody, for your very generous favs on yesterday's foggy sunset. your kind visits and comments are great appreciated as well.
Good shot- could have left just a little more on top of the window too. But still good- this is an awesome window.
posted December 5th, 2017  
@olivetreeann - i had other shots with the window and the ceiling, but this is the only shot with a clear silhouette of the walker. next time. thank you, ann.
posted December 5th, 2017  
Very impressive window and shot
posted December 5th, 2017  
I like how you've conveyed scale with that small lone figure.
posted December 5th, 2017  
Very cool! What a great window!
posted December 5th, 2017  
A fabulous shot
posted December 5th, 2017  
Have a fav...because I like it a lot.
posted December 5th, 2017  
Amazing window and great shot
posted December 5th, 2017  
I knew this was yours...or northy's! Awesome image
posted December 5th, 2017  
Awesome scale with the lone figure!
posted December 5th, 2017  
The figure gives one the true sense of scale, nicely done
posted December 6th, 2017  
Great lines.
posted December 6th, 2017  
That is quite a walkway - I wonder if it feels as intimidating as it looks. Nicely timed.
posted December 6th, 2017  
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