Tag Archives: Leading Lines

Snow Dog

Boy I’ve been a tad neglectful of the blog lately, haven’t I. How time slips by, eh? So today in Toronto we had a nice little snowfall. The temps were reasonable and there was virtually no wind to bitch about. … Continue reading

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Aga Khan

Here’s another shot from my walkabout around the grounds of the Aga Khan Museum in Toronto. When I noticed the play of light and shadow and the leading lines, I simply parked myself and waited for a single person to … Continue reading

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Tunnel Vision

I snapped this one on Sunday during another long hike downtown. I actually wasn’t expecting much when I took it but I’m pleasantly surprised. I even think this one will go in the colour photo book I’m putting together. So … Continue reading

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Smiling Post

This is one of those fun little photos. Likely won’t make my book but I thought I’d share it here. I literally had to hold my camera above my head and shoot blind to get this, or else I would … Continue reading

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