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Big day out yesterday. Parked downtown then walked to uptown and poked around Yorkville awhile. I then hopped the subway west to Dundas West and headed over to a neighbourhood called The Junction (Keele & Dundas). They were having their … Continue reading
So I broke down and purchased a Fujinon XF 18mm f2 R prime lens for my Fujifilm X Pro 2. Ordered it through eBay brand new from Thailand. Was really worried about it since I’ve never ordered anything from eBay … Continue reading
I shot this in the summer at Kensington Market. It’s funny how happy I was with it at the time. Now I’m just okay with it. That’s what happens when you let your photographs percolate a while. You look at … Continue reading
I snapped this back in early August. Bay street was closed for some weekend construction work, which allowed me the opportunity to stand far enough back to get the entire building in the shot. They sure don’t build them like … Continue reading
I shot this back in the summer. I thought the decal on the bus sort of looked like the woman’s hair blowing in the breeze. I have no idea why the kid’s making an “ok” sign. This was out front … Continue reading
Here’s another shot from my walkabout around the grounds of the Aga Khan Museum in Toronto. When I noticed the play of light and shadow and the leading lines, I simply parked myself and waited for a single person to … Continue reading
I thought this was a funny scene. The statue on the bench beside the pregnant lady looks like he just found out he’s going to be a daddy. And the poster to the left seems to be questioning the possibility … Continue reading