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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
This is one of my favourites from that outing, back in early November. I was out with a couple of friends and we walked through the St Lawrence Market. Buster’s Sea Cove is a very busy little spot at the … Continue reading
I shot this a couple of weekends back at St. Lawrence Market. At first I went for a larger crop but you sort of missed the subject. Making it tighter and square helps her to stand out. If you’re not … Continue reading
If you clicked on a link to this without actually seeing the photo, you’re probably expecting like three feet of snow and a cloudy, gray day. This winter in Toronto, however, has been very reasonable. This shot was taken January … Continue reading
Boy this takes me back. I met this girl at a photo walk and we became friends. Then I fell hard for her. You can’t make a friendship work if one person wants more than the other. Although we haven’t … Continue reading
Toronto’s a great city. It really is. Very multicultural. Lot’s to see and do. All the first world amenities. However, as a society we still haven’t figured out how to adequately provide for the less fortunate. I phrased it like … Continue reading
Here’s a side shot of Toronto’s most famous flat iron building, at Church and Front. I got luck with the light on this one, as most times of year that side of the building is in unappealing shadow. I also … Continue reading