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I saw this guy sitting in a cafe window during one of our remarkably warm February days a couple of weeks back and snapped this shot. I took it with my Fuji X Pro 2 sporting the 23mm f2 lens … Continue reading
I snapped this one a week back. Took a bunch of shots to finally get one or two I liked. I was outside the Ryerson School of Imagine not far from Dundas Square. I also got out yesterday to the … Continue reading
I shot this from the second storey of a parking garage downtown on Dundas W. near University Ave. I haven’t done it recently but I used to hike up parking garages to get an interesting perspective of the street below. … Continue reading
When I saw this scene unfolding, from the rooftop of the snack bar at Nathan Phillips Square (Toronto City Hall), I have to admit it made my heart ache a little. For the past four years I’ve been alone and … Continue reading
This is one of those times I really wish I owned a macro lens. My 24-105 canon lens just can’t get close enough and is not sharp enough for such chores. This little critter was actually on a metal bridge … Continue reading