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Tag Archives: Trucks
Just a random colour shot during my big walkabout a week back.
Taken at the Distillery District with my new wide angle lens.
I’ve shot this more than enough times from many angles, so now it’s all about catching it in some nice light. This shot I like. The poor truck’s falling apart worse than ever nowadays. If you ever visit Toronto, be … Continue reading
Happy Friday boys and girls. This photo was taken at the Distillery District back in mid-October. It was one wet day, as I recall. Looking at the first shot now, I’m thinking I should have included the entire grill … Continue reading
Took this one a couple of weeks back. I was up on a hill that placed me sort of level with the raised expressway. I had to wait a while until the right vehicle came along — you know, something … Continue reading
This was a tough shot. I wanted the blur which meant I needed a slow shutter speed. I shot this at 1/8th of a second, which is not easy. I may have braced myself against the wall, I don’t remember. … Continue reading
Shot this back in June with my Tokina 11-16mm wide angle lens. This might be the most photographed truck in Toronto.
I’ve photographer this truck numerous times over the years, even back when all I had was my old point & shoot camera. It’s a fixture down at the Distillery District. This shot really shows off the power of Lightroom 4. … Continue reading