This one dates back a while, to early June. Saw this guy sitting there at Dundas Square and thought he was photogenic. I nodded his way and tapped my lens and pointed at him. He nodded back and I snapped off a photo. Interesting how total strangers seem to respond to that. Some shake their head and turn away, others, like buddy here, just give a quick nod and that’s that. So the long weekend’s over. No outings for me, unfortunately. Been working on and off all weekend. I did go meet my ex for dinner Friday night and again for lunch Sunday, but that’s it. I am so lucky to have her in my life as a friend now. She’s always there for me when I need someone. And I’m always there for her, too. At least I try to be. Hope you had a good weekend.
Dave, The Lazy Photographer
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