Monthly Archives: February 2010
Here’s my first photo from today’s outing. Although it was painted on a large brick wall, I’m reluctant to call this graffiti. I shot this on Shuter Street just east of Church St. in downtown Toronto. Two hours ago the … Continue reading
Here’s another photo from The Brickworks. On another note (Olympic hockey related) , I can’t believe Canada let the U.S. tie it up with only 24 seconds left in the third. Now we’re into overtime. That can’t be good. Oh … Continue reading
This photo comes from the Distillery District, taken a couple of weeks back. The hook once held a pair of wooden shutters closed over a window. It could be over 100 years old, I’m not sure. I’ve sharpened it up … Continue reading
This photo is from an outing a few weeks back in the west end of Toronto. The building is on King St. near Jamison Ave. if I recall. Anyway, the scene sort of reminds me of what apartment blocks in … Continue reading
I know it might sound like a no brainer, I mean, we all figure out how to hold the bloody camera pretty quick, right? But figuring it out and doing it right isn’t necessarily the same thing. Scott Thomas, who … Continue reading
Came across this with Mauro a few weeks back. We both snapped off a few photos. I think this is on Church St. north of Bloor St., if I recall.
This guy was hilarious. He’d stand there and as people walked by he’d jump in their face and yell, “Let Jesus into your heart” or something to that effect. Frankly, I have no doubt he works for the Devil, since … Continue reading
I call them that because the photo was taken on Christmas Day. As you can see, we did not have a white Christmas. But we’ve got lots of white now. With March around the corner, however, how long can it … Continue reading
Last photo of the day. Not sure about this shot. I tried tracking the streetcar so as to get the background in a blur of movement while the streetcar remained sharply in focus. But I think I was too far … Continue reading
Here’s a photo from inside the Toronto Eaton Centre.