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For a little change I thought today I’d share my new (well, relatively new) camera, Kenzie. My big Canon 5D is named Wilson, after the ball in the Tom Hanks movie, Cast Away. Kenzie is named after Kensington Market, which … Continue reading
This is the St. James Church on Church Street at King Street in Toronto. The parish here dates back to 1797. It’s one of Toronto’s most beautiful structures. I shot this a month or so back during one of my … Continue reading
So I got out yesterday for quite the hike. I covered 17.45 kms (over 10 miles), from the east end of Toronto way out to the west end and back. My buddy Mauro (one of the best street photographers I … Continue reading
I shot this last April, not long after buying my wide angle lens. I just thought it was an odd scene, what with the limo actually appearing to be wider than the church behind it. I hadn’t planned on it, … Continue reading
I shot this in the little park behind the Eaton Centre, just north of Old City Hall. It looks like I shot it this week, while it was very cold and snowy, but in fact I shot it in the … Continue reading
I shot this in September at the end of my week’s vacation. It’s at St John’s Cemetery at Kingston Rd & Woodbine Ave in the east end of Toronto. I didn’t really get any decent shots that morning, just wasn’t … Continue reading
This was won lucky catch. These two kids were playing on the path in this park behind the AGO. As I walked by the older one begins bunny hopping down the lath, just behind me. Without looking, I pointed the … Continue reading