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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 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 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
Here’s another shot I took back in June on my vacation. The title refers to his pants, not his name. I was near Ryerson snapping photos when I noticed this shirtless dude. He looked like bad business, to be honest, … Continue reading
Made it out for a good walkabout downtown yesterday. Ended up at Kensington Market, even though it wasn’t Pedestrian Sunday. Still, there was plenty to see and shoot. This guy was very engaged in his street portraiture painting. He didn’t … Continue reading
I came across these young guys on my way back to the car after a walkabout downtown. They were nice enough to let me photograph them. I think it really worked out well. They all look very relaxed and natural. … Continue reading
I’ve actually shot this guy a few times over the years. He hangs out front of the LCBO (our gov run liquor stores) in the beaches. When the liquor store relocated a few blocks west around 18 months back, he … Continue reading