I was recently visiting a friend in Liberty Village, Toronto. I took along my Olympus OM-2, loaded with a roll of Kodak Plus-X, over 20 years expired.
Early morning, before the daylight had a chance to really get going.
A dying plant, caught in the sun.
I was under the bridge on Millwood road a couple of days ago. and yes my legs felt a little wobbly from time to time!
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.