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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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Two Flowers


I don’t shoot enough flowers. It’s not that I have anything against them, mind you. I just seem to be distracted by so many other things. So here are a couple of flowers to ring in the summer. Hope you … 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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Spring has Sprung!


EXIF: Ap | 50mm | F8 | 1/500 s | ISO 100 | -1.00 eV Well Mauro and I got out today for a little photography. It was a short outing but fruitful. I adjusted the brightness of my LCD … Continue reading

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Wiry Yellow Flowers


Snapped this photo down at Tommy Thompson Park (Leslie St. Spit) a while back. It came out okay, but it was mostly guesswork because I could not see the display to know for sure if things were in focus. That’s … Continue reading

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Wild for Flowers


I took this photo of wild flowers from atop the big hill I climbed to take some of my panoramic photos. This was about 2/3rds the way to Port Hope. Hope you like them. CAMERA PURCHASE UPDATE: So I’ve emailed … Continue reading

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Farmer’s Flower


I came upon a farm with a row of flowers bordering the field. I took a handful of photos, of which this is one of my favourites.

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Death Plant


Here’s my first of a handful of wildflower photos. This plant reminds me of death, particularly in comparison to the many lovely wildflowers I came across in the countryside. Most of my wildflower photos are from the hilltop where I … Continue reading

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Flowers in Rosetta McLean Park


I think the title pretty much tells all there is to tell. I guess I could complain about the lens on my camera not being fast enough to get the shallow depth of field I wanted. The best the lens … Continue reading

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Droplets on Petal


This photo is from Rosetta McLean Park again. The morning dew on the petals looked cool in the sunlight.

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