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Tag Archives: Cabbagetown
This is Jasmine and Tiffany from our photo walks group. They came out on Friday for a somewhat impromptu walkabout through Cabbagetown, organized by my friend Michael. At this point we’d stopped for a little rest at the Riverdale farm. … Continue reading
Must be tough trying to look tough with a cone on your head. This little guy was cute as a button, actually. I have another nice portrait of him I’ll post down the road. So it looks like this is … Continue reading
I shot this back in September 2011 during the Cabbagetown Street fest. She looks real but she’s actually a mannequin. The lady in the background is the artist. I shot this with my Canon T2i and my Tamron 17-50mm F2.8 … Continue reading
Well I hit 500 followers today! A bit of a milestone for me. The best part is my 500th follower is my friend and coworker, Ann! I mentioned that I was one away from 500 and she signed up. If … Continue reading
I caught this couple down at the Cabbagetown festival back in early September. There was something about them I found interesting. I got luck with this shot, like with their positions as they walk. Something comical about it to my … Continue reading
This bag might be adorned with a “happy” face, but I wouldn’t turn my back on it. There’s something a little sinister about it. like sneaky or evil, I don’t know. Like, “I might ‘look’ happy, but turn your back … Continue reading
Dog tired after a late night but managed to meet up with my friends for a walkabout through the Cabbage Town Festival today. Didn’t really get many shots, but that’s okay. I’m happy with the few I did get.