Dave, The Lazy Photographer
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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.
I like taking photos of things and places that are in a state of flux. I’ve driven past this place for years and it’s always been a mechanic’s garage. Across the street has always been a big bowling alley (O’Connor … Continue reading
Hey Lazy Followers, I am raising money to fight cancer. Why? Because two people I know lost their battle to it in the past year and another friend is currently fighting it. I want to help in some small way. … Continue reading
I like shooting large structures like this. On my shot list is an idea to come down here at the crack of dawn and see how much morning light manages to slip under the upper deck, which is an expressway … Continue reading
It’s funny how before photography it seemed like I walked through my life half blind. I mean, out there was this whole other world of reflections I hardly took note of. Think of all the windows we walk by every … Continue reading
EXIF DATA: Ap | 10mm | f3.5 | 1/20s | ISO 400 Here’s another photo from the Toronto Photo Walks outing last weekend. Alfred was once again kind enough to let me photograph him. This was taken with a Canon … Continue reading
I actually used to like this song. Now I LOVE it! 🙂