Two more images from my indoor shoot recently.
Let’s face it: the light during winter is often rather dull and drab. Combine that with the need to stay close to home during the pandemic (and my ongoing back problems!) make looking for indoor subjects at home a good idea, so that is what I did yesterday afternoon. I’ll be doing more of this kind of thing this winter!
Yesterday for a brief while in the morning there was dazzling sunshine, and it was like the forest at Taylor Creek Park woke up from a grey nap.
I was in St. James Cemetery recently, and was struck by this Christmas decoration beside a gravestone.
Another image from my trip to the Scarborough Bluffs recently. The light was so flat I really had to crank up the contrast to get an image I liked.
I was out yesterday with my new (to me) Olympus OM-1 kit. The light was exceedingly dull, so I did my best to make the most of whatever was there.
I have always found this church on Danforth Avenue in Toronto interesting; it really picks up the early morning light!
A pedestrian bridge in the lower Don Valley, from both sides. Both images taken with the Sony A7ii.
I haven’t been doing much photography recently; a lot going on in my life with work. etc.; some big decisions to be made and big changes coming so not a lot of energy for photography. But I did get out this morning.
Sony A7ii, 28-70mm lens