Monthly Archives: March 2010
This photo was taken a while back from the roof deck of a parking garage in downtown Toronto.
This photo was taken near Cherry St. in downtown Toronto. These abandoned (I think they’re abandoned) train tracks are located under the Gardiner Expressway. I like how the curve of the expressway leads you to the downtown core in the … Continue reading
I saw this guy waiting in a doorway at the corner of Spadina Ave. & Queen St. W. and figured he’d make a good subject. I guess I was about 15 to 20 feet away, standing with a crowd of … Continue reading
EXIF: Aperture Priority / 50mm / F3.2 / 1/3 shutter / ISO 3200 / -0.67 EV / Hand held I spent the evening at my buddy’s place interviewing a contractor for his big reno project. Got home and noticed a … Continue reading
Here’s another photo shot with my new Canon T2i. I took this while downtown with Mauro Sunday afternoon. It’s been cropped and the contrast dialled up a bit, and converted to black & white. As you can see, the crop … Continue reading
I’m not sure what street we were on when I caught this photo. Probably Queen St. W. Clearly the sewing machine shop owner isn’t charging enough if he can’t even fix the broken storefront window.
EXIF: Aperture priority / 17mm / F16 / 1/2 s / ISO 100 / 0.0 EV / Tripod EXIF: Aperture priority / 17mm / F16 / 10 s / ISO 100 / -0.67 EV / Tripod So at the very … Continue reading
Here’s another photo from yesterday’s outing with Mauro, Robert and my new Canon T2i. For those either not old enough to recognize the tongue or those who are musically handicapped, it’s from the Rolling Stones’ ninth studio album, Sticky Fingers, … Continue reading
This is a cute commercial for Pedigree dog food. A nice way to warm your heart on a cold and rainy Monday morning.
Here’s another photo from the Scarborough Bluffs, featuring my favourite model, Quacky. I was drawn to the shadow he’s kicking off behind him. This is at sunset from a couple of weeks back.