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The Distillery District is hosting a Light Show to attract people to the area in the evenings over the winter months. I went down there with my buddy Brad and poked around taking some shots. This one came out pretty … Continue reading
Made it out to the final Pedestrian Sunday at Kensington Market yesterday. It was a fun day that ended with a very early Christmas prezzy to myself, a new Fujifilm X Pro 2 camera and two lenses, a 23mm f2 … Continue reading
I shot this a couple of weeks back during a walkabout through Kensington Market on Pedestrian Sunday. The guy was playing his guitar and not paying any attention to the crowds of people meandering by. Kensington Market was packed, as … Continue reading