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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
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
I went to the Distillery District Saturday night to check out the big lighting display they have going on down there. It was pretty cool. I probably should have brought my tripod. Most of my shots I processed in black … Continue reading
I snapped this last fall on Queen West. The name of the restaurant escapes me at the moment. It reminded me of an older diner from the 50s, so I played with the colours to give it a sort of … Continue reading
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
For those of you who did not watch my slideshow from the Women’s March on Washington: Toronto event a couple of Saturday’s back, I thought I’d post a few photos for you. It was quite a huge crowd. Very peaceful … Continue reading
I shot this women’s rights march last Saturday and finally finished editing the photo. Man it was a crazy big event. Like, it was probably three times the size of any other march I’ve shot. Or at least more than … Continue reading