Tag Archives: Closeup

Full Circle – My Last Post


So here we are, full circle. Here’s a link to my first post, made back on June 1st, 2009. It’s the backside of the building in the photo above — The Gooderham Building, at Church St. and Front St. in … Continue reading

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Lilly in bloom


Photo taken in the botanical greenhouse at Allan Gardens in Toronto. Good news: I bought another lens, a Canon EFS 55-250mm F/4-5.6 IS lens. It’s not as fast as I wanted but it’ll do for now. I got it off … Continue reading

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Fish Monger at St Lawrence Market


EXIF – Aperture Priority / 18mm / F4 / 1/60 s / ISO 200 / 0.00 EV Mauro and I went into the St. Lawrence Market today and took a bunch of photos. I have to say, I’m really pleased … Continue reading

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Did you say on or off?


Here’s another photo from The Brickworks in Toronto. I used my macro setting to capture this well worn switch. From there I dialled up the contrast and played with the colours to achieve the effect I was looking for. Hope … Continue reading

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The Nail and String


If you’ve been following along you already know Mauro and I went out today for another photography outing. It was cold, but we had a great time. We went to this place near the Don Valley Parkway called The Brickworks. … Continue reading

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Through The Green Door


If you follow along you probably already know Mauro and I went out for another day of photography. Boy we had a good walk downtown. Took a bunch of photos, stopped for lunch (thank you Mauro for treating) and took … Continue reading

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Three Eyed Monster


During our outing last weekend Mauro and I visited an Inuit museum in this building at the harbour front in Toronto. We both took some photos of the art work and sculptures.

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Squirrelly Cold


I popped out this morning for a very short photography outing to Rosetta Maclean Park. I’ve posted summer photos from this park back in July (see category). Doesn’t look anything like that today. It was cold but at least not … Continue reading

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Ancient Windshield


Here’s a photo of another old wreck down at the Distillery District. I played with the colour and contrast, adding a sepia tone effect and then dialling back on the orange. Hope you like it.

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Hose


My guess is this is where they keep the hose down at the Distillery District. I know, I have a keen eye for detail, nothing escapes me, right? 🙂

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