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I shot this just a couple of weekends back during a day long walkabout with a buddy of mine. We worked the scene awhile as the sun set on Queen West until I got luck and caught this. Hope you … Continue reading
I snapped a few of these before I got just what I wanted. I really should have waited for a cyclist to come along. The issue was cars always driving through the shot. In the end I settled on that … Continue reading
I’ve been passing this spot for months now on my way home from work each day. One day a few weeks ago a backhoe showed up parked along side this wall. I noticed the shadow cast by the late afternoon … 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
This was really just one of those lucky moments. It would have been a nicer shot has the two cars in the middle lane not been busying up the photo but what can you do. I noticed the light first, … Continue reading
Here we are on the eve of another year. In a few hours the new year arrives with all its hopes and possibilities. So what do I hope for in 2015? To be honest, not much. There’s plenty of promises … Continue reading
I took this a week back during our group night walk. At the time I really wasn’t sure there’s be anything there to work with, but I think it came out pretty nice. I like the blue and the black … Continue reading