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 caught these two playing a little concert from the open doors of their van. This was at Trinity Bellwoods Park out in the west end a month back. Very cool. And they had a good number of people stretched … Continue reading
I shot this back in November. The dogs seemed curious about this big black object I was holding to me face. I thought about processing this in Black & white but the colours were just too attractive to me. I … Continue reading
This one’s from a couple of weeks back, during the Wheels on the Danforth car exhibition. The event wasn’t anything much to speak of but some of the cars were nice. I had my wide angle lens on so I … Continue reading
The one thing I really enjoy about a wide angle lens is the fun you can have once you sort of understand the distorting properties of the glass. Even though this is a street shot in downtown Toronto, I almost … Continue reading
I don’t usually post twice the same day but since I made it out to two different events going on in Toronto I thought I’d share at least one photo of the day for your entertainment. I shot this at … Continue reading
Here’s a shot I’ve been planning for a couple of weeks now. This derelict gas station/mechanic’s garage is a block over from my house. The property’s been sold and yet another low-rise condo project is in the works. My big … Continue reading