This is Lions Gate suspension bridge in Vancouver shot from Stanley Park. It connects downtown and the North Shore areas. Construction began in 1937 and a year later was open to traffic. Though not as dramatic as say the Golden Gate, it is still a fine example of bridge engineering.
This is one of those photos you take that during post processing you notice some pleasing small detail you unintentionally captured. In this case the sea plane flying over. These planes are so quiet, that at the time I didn’t hear it!
I thought this might make a nice B&W image as the sky is very dramatic and the colour version looked to busy and I like the contrast here between light and shadow.