Category Archives: Reflections

Drive by

I shot this on the 23rd of April during a walkabout downtown with another photographer buddy of mine. The light was bouncing off the building behind me and illuminated the woman in the car. I thought it made for a … Continue reading

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A rare selfie

Not big on photos of myself and not big on taking selfies, but I figure if they were good enough for Vivian Maier, then they should be good enough for me too, right? If you are into street photography but … Continue reading

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Meet Kenzie

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

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Spectral

I shot this during one of my long walkabouts on Christmas day. The mannequin in the window and the reflection of the buildings in the storefront glass seems to be working nicely. Sort of has a haunting feel to it. … Continue reading

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Straight, then curvy

I shot this during my boxing day outing a month back. I must have walked six hours that day. Basically I was attracted to this scene by the oddness of it. Got lucky with the taxi passing through my frame. … Continue reading

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Well that’s no fun…

I shot this back on Christmas Day. As usual, I went for an epic 12 km walk from the east end of Toronto to the west. It also happened to be my first outing with Kenzie alone. I’ve been out … Continue reading

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Caution

I shot this back in mid November during the anti-trump rally at Toronto City Hall. It was wet out and wet pavement can make most mundane photos looks good. Hope you like it.

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Double Decker

I shot this with my wide angle lens back in late September. I think it came out really nice. So I haven’t had much time to get out and shoot with my new Fuji X Pro 2, unfortunately. Next weekend … Continue reading

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