Tag Archives: Abstract Photography
This photo is from last winter at The Brickworks, off the Don Valley Pkwy in Toronto. Basically, I was shooting through a small hole, about an inch in diameter and focusing on the rusted beam beyond this hole. I guess … Continue reading
This industrial photo comes from The Brickworks again. This pile of pipes is actually scaffolding bracing. I did some post processing to get the effect I wanted, such as a colour and contrast boost, along with some vignetting. Hope you … Continue reading
This photo began life as a shot of a tall building downtown. But I got to thinking it looked a lot like some of my other tall building shots and I wanted to try something different. So I cropped the … Continue reading
This was an art exhibit at one of the galleries Mauro and I stopped into last weekend. Basically, it’s two mirrors facing each other. Personally, I’m sorry, I don’t get it. They weren’t even spaced far enough apart for me … Continue reading
This sign marked the entry to a fancy steakhouse inside the BCE Place. Not sure why I liked it, but here it is anyway. Enjoy. Me, I like mine medium rare.
These two photos work as a set, so to speak. Or maybe not, I don’t know. This is from our outing Saturday and taken on King St. where it meets Queen in the west end.
We walked under a couple of bridges yesterday during our travels, which proved to be a great source of inspiration. I have a few bridge shots to share but so far this is my fav. Hope you like it.
While walking along the beach yesterday I came upon a pile of wire garbage containers all stacked up for the winter, locked being a chain link enclosure. So I poked my wee lens through the holes in the chain link … Continue reading
Has anyone else bothered to get their photos printed up and framed? I gave two framed photos to my friend and his new bride as a wedding gift. They are the set of abstracts I posted a while ago. This … Continue reading
Here’s a photo of a building on Spadina Ave, south of Bloor St. I cropped it to give it more of an abstract effect.