Tag Archives: Spring

Mind The Puddle

Got out for a good walkabout downtown in the rain today. Noticed this big puddle and parked myself waiting for everything to come together. Cars would drive through the puddle but with no people walking by. People would walk by … Continue reading

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Another spiderman

Shot this with my new Fuji 27mm (41mm eq.) f2.8 prime lens, at f2.8. I’ve only been out with for one day but so far it seems like a really sharp, contrasty lens. Not really my go-to focal length, but … Continue reading

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Girl at Moon Bean Cafe

I shot this lovely young lady at Kensington Market on the weekend. The light on her was fantastic. I also have a b/w version but I really think the colour one works best. I shot this with the 18/2 prime … Continue reading

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Public Parking

I shot this one Saturday, which was one hell of a beautiful day. Picked up my friend Andrea at 10:30 AM and didn’t get home until around 11:30 that evening. Now that’s a day out and about, let me tell … Continue reading

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Elgin Theatre, Toronto

I shot this during that ice/wind storm we experienced in Toronto a couple of weeks back. Man it was a terrible day. This is the Elgin/Winter Garden Theatre on Yonge Street in the heart of downtown Toronto. One of Toronto’s … Continue reading

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Winter ice storm in mid-April

So mother nature decided to treat us Torontonians (and much of Ontario, in fact) to a winter ice storm this weekend, almost a month into spring. How sweet of her. So while I could have taken the bad weather opportunity … Continue reading

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Minimalist Bike

Here’s a shot from my day trip to Hamilton a couple of weeks back. It was a fun outing. I sort of like minimalist photography, in small doses. I also like really busy photography, when it’s done right. So I … Continue reading

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Marching on Spadina

There was a big march through Chinatown a couple of weeks back in support of Falun Gong, which if memory serves me is a practice very much frowned upon by the Chinese government. I thought this group of ladies were … Continue reading

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