Dave, The Lazy Photographer
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I shot this back on Christmas Day. As usual, I went for an epic 12 km walk from the east end of Toronto to the west. It also happened to be my first outing with Kenzie alone. I’ve been out … Continue reading
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 got out for my first walkabout downtown with my new Fujifilm X Pro 2. Being not that used to shooting primes, I had a hard time with it and didn’t get many shots with which I was really pleased, … Continue reading
I like taking photos of things and places that are in a state of flux. I’ve driven past this place for years and it’s always been a mechanic’s garage. Across the street has always been a big bowling alley (O’Connor … Continue reading
The driver saw me take this photo, but what’s amazing (at least to me) is the fact he had no idea at all what I was seeing on the same piece of glass he was looking through. When you think … Continue reading
If I recall, I shot this at the end of a walk. Oddly, I’ve caught some of my favourite shots in the last few minutes before I reach my car to head home. In this case my car is but … Continue reading
I snapped a few of these before I got just what I wanted. I really should have waited for a cyclist to come along. The issue was cars always driving through the shot. In the end I settled on that … Continue reading