I am on a bit of an architectural photography kick lately, photographing a slew of buildings in Toronto. Above is the EY tower. It was completed in 2017. It is 188 m (617 ft) tall. The building has a total of 42 floors, and I might be a little biased but it takes one heck of a photograph.
I really wanted to take advantage of a slower shutter speed to create the light blurring effects in the foreground of the image. I think it really compliments the tower in terms of framing. The red lends contrasting colours to make this architectural image really pop. I enjoy these types building photographs because they lend themselves to such strong images that really grab the viewers attention.