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Here’s a photo that’s not so street, like not by a long shot. I took it from Toronto’s harbour front a few days back. It was a pretty nice sky. 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
This is the Leuty Lifeguard Station, located in the Toronto Beaches district. I’ve lived in this ‘hood all my life and remember this spot from as far back as I can remember. It also happens to be one of the … Continue reading
When I came upon this view I almost crapped myself. I could already envision how I was going to crop and process it. That’s the one thing about being a photographer for a while; you begin to see the finished … Continue reading
I shot this one in early October. Frankly, I wasn’t all that thrilled with the photo but ended up liking it much better after processing it in black & white. Happy Monday. Have a great week.
This shot dates back a couple of years now. The dramatic sky was the attraction. I remember it was totally freezing down there at the time. Hopefully, those days have passed us here in Toronto. This week is calling for … Continue reading
I remember being unable to decide what to do with this set of photos from the waterfront out in the west end near the CNE. I ended up doing nothing, until now. This dates back to mid summer, if I … Continue reading
This is about six shots stitched together to create a panorama view of the Toronto skyline, from the foot of Bathurst St. I personally like the skyline better from a different locations east of here, but what’cha gonna do, right?