From the same location as my last post. I love morning light!
I don’t think I quite nailed the focus (and I had to shoot wide open as it wasn’t all that bright), but I still like how this image turned out.
A number of weeks ago, I went to check out Williamson Park Ravine in East Toronto not far from where I live. It was an amazing location; a very dense canopy of trees made for gloomy shadows through which the sunlight only occasionally shone.
I saw this graffiti on a disused, derelict railroad track in Toronto’s Don Valley. I would love to know the story behind it. How did the story end, or did the story even have a beginning? Perhaps it was nothing more than a shy dream, never to be spoken out loud.
Love locks capture a moment in time. I look at them and wonder how the stories they tell evolved. Was the permanence an illusion?
Out yesterday again with the Sony A7ii. The bright sun made plenty of opportunities for backlighting.
It has been a while; let’s just say the summer has been challenging, and some things have suffered as a result, like my photo blog. I will try to do better.
I was out this afternoon with a lens I have not used in a while: my Lensbaby Sweet35. I love its primitive characteristics, and the way colour seems to wash through the image.
I am really liking the Canon F-1n I got recently. This was the camera I lusted after as a teen in the 1970’s. Using my 200mm/f4 FD S.S.C. lens. Film was Fomapan 100.
I haven’t been to Toronto’s Distillery District for around a year or so, because of COVID. That changed late last week when I went down early on a sunny morning, with my OM-1 kit and some Fomapan 100.
I was in the Beaches again this past weekend, and my lens of choice was my 58mm/f2 Helios 44/2. I love the overall look and swirl of this lens when used wide open!