This tunnel goes under the only train tracks on Vancouver Island near Thetis Lake. The tunnel walls were actually painted by a school project. All the walls are painted, including the roof. I want to come back here in the fall and shoot this with the fall colours as I think it’ll be a colour explosion. View larger size on Flickr.
Technically, this is my first HDR taken from a single RAW image by exporting the RAW file into multi-exposure. I’m happy with how it came out, although I wish the sky wasn’t so grey, but apparently this weekend I can’t do anything about that.
Update: With a stroke of good fortune, I found the artist of this tunnel online, who reminded me it's not Graffitti. His name is Morgan Macaulay. He's an artist in Victoria, BC that paints all sorts of projects, including ones like this one, in the community. I'm happy to give him credit for this beautiful tunnel that I get to walk through a number of times a week. If you're interested in more of his art, check out his webpage here
Taken in Victoria, BC, Canada.