Monthly Archives: November 2009
I saw these mattresses down at the St. Lawrence Market and thought, for entirely inexplicable reasons, they’d make a nice photo. Not sure if nice is the right adjective here. But you know me, I like gritty urban shots. And … Continue reading
This photo is also from the same series as the last one, my zombie walk outing in October.
With this photo I was drawn to the industrial look of it. I find hydro infrastructure makes for good subjects. This is down near the Canadian National Exhibition.
I was attracted to the reflections on the brick walkway and thought it might make a nice photo. This again is from the Distillery District.
I posted a black & white photo of this bridge a couple of days ago. Today here’s a much wider perspective of the bridge than spans Pine Cres. to Williamson Rd. The first shot is from the south end of … Continue reading
Here’s a photo of a funky little coffee house down in the Distillery District. Boy if I can a loft down that way I’d be in that place every day. I obviously played with this photo. Not sure if it … Continue reading
Another photo from my night shoot. I don’t know why I thought this would make a good photo, but here she be, none the less. Enjoy. I just got in from a movie, The Road. It’s based on a novel … Continue reading
Here’s another photo of the Gooderham Building, aka the flat iron building, from my Heritage Lighting Event outing. I got lucky with the car taillights, honestly wasn’t expecting that.