Monthly Archives: June 2009
The maple leafs speak for themselves. Happy Canada Day to all my Canadian brethren. I’m going to an annual afternoon backyard party. Should be fun.
I knew this photo was going to work out somehow, but when I took it I really didn’t see it as a b & w. I wish I’d taken it in b & w with the camera, instead of using … Continue reading
Here I was trying to capture the dead tree within all the greenery. Probably would have come out a lot better with a dSLR, but I still like it a lot.
This is the stream that runs through Warden Wood Ravine. Don’t think I’d go swimming in it, but I did manage to catch a nice reflections of branches in the water.
I know, I know, it’s just a concrete block in water. But considering that this not only came from a pissy little point & shoot camera, but also was taken using a considerable zoom, like probably 4x, I think the … Continue reading
I met my Dad for coffee at the local Mall today and on my way home dropped by Warden Woods Ravine. I’ve never been there before, which is amazing since I’ve lived five minutes drive away for over 20 years. … Continue reading
We came across this near the end of our hike. Very cool. And it tends to discourage graffiti vandals from messing up the tunnel.
I think this photo came out really nice. The trees were definitely cooperating for me. I like the way the light plays off the foliage. It’s a busy picture, but there’s something serene about it. Or maybe it’s just me, … Continue reading
I like the contrast of textures in this photo – the flowers against the hard surfaces. I have more examples of this style of photo, which I’ll post down the road.