Boarded-up - This photo was taken near that pedestrian bridge on Dundas Street west. This is the back of the building, as seen from across some train tracks, used by Go Transit, and maybe other services. I got several mosquito bites and had some severe allergic reaction to something during my trip to the Salmon River. My eyes were so itchy, I felt like ripping them out of my head. This photo's Flickr Page.
Glass Ceiling - This bridge connects Kerr Hall West with the Library Building at Ryerson University in Toronto. The Library is the tower in the background. The library is an excellent example of ugly and brutal 1970s architecture. Everything about the building is truly awful, except for some recent renovations, which do nothing to diminish the hostile facade. This photo's Flickr Page (with comments).
Pedestrian Bridge - I have posted several photographs of the strange pedestrian bridge on Dundas Street West. The bridge crosses over some railway tracks, some long ago abandoned. This photo was taken underneath the bridge. This photo's Flickr Page.
Auden - This photo of my daughter, Auden (or Audie), dates back two years, I think. It was lighted by an overhead tungsten light (some sort of commercial reflector bulb). Nikon FM; Kodak Tri-X; no flash. The prevailing advice about taking photos of children is get down to their level. And, while that is generally good advice, I decided to do the opposite, and look almost straight down at her. I love the shallow depth of field. This photo's Flickr Page (with comments). Technorati Tags: Auden, Audie, daughters
Symmetry - Empty benches in a pleasing arrangement, in Allan Gardens, Toronto. There is, I think, a low resolution feel of this photograph. On my way back from grocery shopping yesterday, I saw a car partially crushed by a tree branch. I wasn't sure if the other car was OK, as it was covered in foliage. I regretted not having a camera with me. This photo's Flickr Page (with comments).
Fresh - I shot this fruit in Toronto's Chinatown a couple of years ago for an assignment in a photography course. Nikon FM and Kodak Tri-X. This photo's Flickr Page. Technorati Tags: Toronto, fruit, Chinatown
Forest - In case you haven't noticed, I am a big fan of trees. They make such wonderful photographs. I have dozens and dozens of tree photos from all over Toronto. Some of my favourite tree photos were taken by EugÃ¨ne Atget. This one is from High Park. This photo's Flickr page.
Lofi Crane - Another crane! This was my first ever photo of a crane. I really like lofi or low resolution photography, and I am a big fan of the Holga, although I have only ever posted one Holga pic. There will be more to come, someday. This photo's Flickr Page.
Untitled - I just can't come up with a good title for this photo. I took this a few weeks back while walking through an alley south of Queen Street, west of Bathurst Street. I used to think that graffiti and scribbles made for a good photograph, but now I am not so sure. I do like the rich colours in this one. This photo's Flickr Page.
<< | home | >> << | home | >> Racked - Here's a very distressed, lofi, crappy, beat-up image of some wine bottles behind glass at a wine shop in Toronto. I wish I could remember where I took this. It may have been at the Delta Chelsea on the Gerrard side. This photo's Flickr Page.
....kizmet....kizmet... - This is either a spelling mistake or a reference to something I know nothing about. The photo would have been better without the trees poking up, but the angles weren't working for me that day. This was taken on Dundas Street west at that pedestrian bridge, one of my favourite spots. This photo's Flickr Page.
Fluff - I have no idea what this is. It is way too big (although the scale isn't obvious in this image) to be a dandelion. If you know what it is, please tell me. This photo's Flickr Page (with comments).
Streak Glass - at University College, University of Toronto. (Update: This is really Trinity College, in the Trinity College Chapel). My camera slipped when I was bracing it against some object, having no tripod with me. I like the end result, even though it was not planned. This photo's Flickr Page (with comments).