Tag Archives: The Brickworks
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
Here’s another photo of the train bridge at the Brickworks in Toronto. With this one I applied a sepia tone. This was taken back in the winter with my old point & shoot. Mauro and I have been talking about … Continue reading
Here’s another photo from Toronto’s Brickworks.
Here’s another photo from the Brickworks. One day I’ll have to get back there with my new gear.
In case you were wondering what sh*t holes in Toronto looked like, here’s a photo of one now. It’s actually another shot of the Brickworks. 😉
The title’s supposed to represent the echo you’d hear calling down this big ol’ pipe at the Brickworks. The little specks are actually snow flakes but since it’s early Sunday morning and you probably haven’t had breaky yet feel free … Continue reading
Here’s another photo from the Brickworks. Hope you like it.
I took this photo with Mauro at The Brickworks a couple of weeks back. It looked nothing like this, I should add. The post processing was inspired by another photographer, who Mauro altered me of earlier today. The guy’s specialty … Continue reading
This happens to me all the time. I’m like 40 feet from the car at the end of a photo outing, with camera put away, when I see something worth shooting. Out comes the camera and I’m back in business. … Continue reading
It’s too bad I hadn’t taken this photo in time for Scott Thomas’s “white” assignment he started in his blog, Views Infinitum. Oh well, next time. This is another photo from Saturday’s outing at the Brickworks.