I wonder how much more of this our table can handle.
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Even in the dead of winter, colour abounds… if you look close enough.
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Sometimes, everything just comes together.Continue reading “24/365 : When the light is right, knitwit edition”
Another day, another lamp.Continue reading “15/365 : Type A Lamp”
Locked down and looking up. Day 1 of Ontario’s 28-day stay-at-home order. Expect lots of interiors for the next month…Continue reading “14/365 : That’s just fantastic”
… and the peanut gallery.Continue reading “12/365 : The Speaker of the House”
One red pepper. One cheap light from IKEA. One gray card. Velvia film sim. Snap. Snap. Snap.Continue reading “Seeing red”
Enveloping murk / Crystalline aqueousness / Sepia floraContinue reading “Don’t look back”
Inevitably, the vibrance of early autumn must curl up, die, and give way to the pallor of the coming winter. Just like 45.Continue reading “It’s over”
There’s nothing quite like the November sun. It’s low, it’s bright, and when you’re in the city it reflects all over the place in all sorts of unexpected ways.
I had the good fortune to be able to play hooky from work for a few hours yesterday afternoon and take advantage of the unseasonably warm (22°C vs the “normal” 7°C or so) and go on a little photowalk in downtown Ottawa.
Here’s a little of what I saw, arranged in pairs.Continue reading “22°C”
I never get tired of shooting the Constitution Square buildings in downtown Ottawa, especially on sunny autumn days when the sun is low.Continue reading “Tangled up in blue”
A little under two years ago, my friend and photographic rock star Patrick La Roque posted a short essay over on the Kage Collective entitled Rubicon. Although he didn’t explicitly state it, the essay was all about the U.S. midterm elections which happened the day after Patrick’s post.
Here we are, approaching the eve of another historic election, where the stakes could not be higher. Another Rubicon, to be certain.Continue reading “Rubicon”
A week has passed, and so has the last daisy.
I finally got my beloved X-Pro3 back from warranty repair (after almost 7 weeks!) on Thursday and I was itching to make the most of it on a glorious, warm (26°C!) fall Saturday morning. (No time to shoot on Friday!)
So, I slapped on the XF16-80mm lens, popped the camera into my bike’s pannier and headed out for a very therapeutic spin in the countryside southeast of my home, stopping and shooting scenes that caught my eye.Continue reading “Perfect timing”