Tag Archives: Kensington Market

Shop keep

I snapped this at Kensington Market on the weekend. Kind of has an old school feel about it.

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Meet Kenzie

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

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Spectral

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

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Pink umbrella

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

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Dead Tuba

I shot this during a walkabout through Kensington Market on the last Pedestrian Sunday of the season. There was a band of maybe four or five horn players but this guy was the only one in a Halloween mask. It … Continue reading

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Tuba skull

Made it out to the final Pedestrian Sunday at Kensington Market yesterday. It was a fun day that ended with a very early Christmas prezzy to myself,  a new Fujifilm X Pro 2 camera and two lenses, a 23mm f2 … Continue reading

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Play me a song, dude

I shot this a couple of weeks back during a walkabout through Kensington Market on Pedestrian Sunday. The guy was playing his guitar and not paying any attention to the crowds of people meandering by. Kensington Market was packed, as … Continue reading

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Snowbirds in flight

I shot this during the CNE airshow. I was at Kensington Market, a long way away from the waterfront show but I suppose these planes were looping around and came north. I didn’t have a long lens so this was … Continue reading

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