Sticker on a phone booth outside the LCBO on Cooper Street, at Queen’s Quay, in Toronto. I’ll leave you to find the happy face.
How these birds can even swim in lake water in winter is beyond me. They certainly have less fat on their little legs than I do, and yet I wouldn’t even be able to dip a toe in the water for more than five seconds! Shot at Harbourfront, at the foot of York Street.
Floorplans hanging in the condominium showroom across the street from the Toronto Star at the foot of Yonge Street.
Just messing around with my Sigma 15mm Fisheye EX lens.
TTC: Takes Time Coming. These folks wait for a Toronto Transit Commission streetcar along Queens Quay, near York Street, on a cold, snowy day.
While taking pictures at Harbourfront one lunch hour, several pigeons started flying right past me. I managed to capture this one as he swept past about two feet from me.
Shot at Harbourfront, behind Queens Quay Terminal.
The island ferry navigates its way through Toronto’s Inner Harbour on the return trip to shore.
I can see across Toronto’s Inner Harbour from the cafeteria at work. Every once-in-a-while the sun, the water and the clouds combine to make some beautiful colours.
This is one of the first photos I shot with my newly acquired Sigma 15mm Fisheye EX lens. I just happened to wander into Henry’s Queen St. store one day and while I was waiting for someone to help me I glanced down at the used equipment in the display cases. And there was this lens! There was no way I was leaving the store without it.