Looking for beauty in construction

Right now in Regina, Saskatchewan (Canada) there is a significant construction boom.  In my determination to enjoy this destruction/construction phase around me I have begun going for morning walks.  My prime objective is to find the beauty and usefulness in everything I choose to set my gaze upon.
These four photos are a short introduction to what I am choosing to gaze upon and how I choose to see through my lens.  All four photos were taken 26 March 2012.

Holes through the fence

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3 Responses to Looking for beauty in construction

  1. Faith says:

    They remind me of tilt-shift photography… is that the technique you used? Make everything look like toys. Very neat!

    ~F

  2. Monique says:

    Hi Faith,
    I’m not sure what tilt-shift photography is yet. I have a Canon T3i that I used the “miniature effect” creative filter.
    Be well,
    Monique

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