Posts Tagged ‘TTL Thursday’

Been a bit busy. I have also been making a bunch of understatements.

None the less, here’s something from Lower Canada.

Doing what I can to swing back into this now that the weather is awesome again.


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TTL – Thursday

In my laziness I’ve manage to keep myself a bit busy. Just a wee bit. My good buddies Mushy Callahan recently partook in the local Canadian Music Week in town and I offered up my photo skills for them. (which resulted in some insanity later that night/morning).
Anyways, here’s a quickie I snapped of them playing.

Now, to work on getting the full band in the shots.

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Nothing special this week. Yet another photo from a collection of old things I have, and this is just a building found about the city.

Northen Tower

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If you have been following my pigeon project, then this shouldn’t be too unfamiliar.

Old Bastard

Yep, it would be #5 himself. He was quite the older pigeon and less able to keep himself clean and stuff. A bit disheartening, but he was a balls one coming to perch beside me on the bench as I snapped photos.

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Still going back, way back to some pics when I first got my camera.

Rails #3

I enjoyed doing this shoot and have been looking for places where I can do more like it. I just really have to push for the time in summer to get to these places. I think I’m a bit drawn to the element of danger involved (which at this particular area there was none).

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Pulling another from my collection of ‘Pictures I took and pretty much ignored’. Way back when in the spring of 2010 when I first got my camera and started to get some lenses my good buddy over at AdrianVsRetail and myself went down to one of the local beaches along the lake and had a quick photo day as we were both getting used to our new cameras.

Rocky Wave

Never sure why exactly I take these photos of waves rolling on to the beach. I have a bunch I took in Jamaica as well. For fun I think I’ll post it up next week.

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Some time back long ago, one of the Canadian Cancer Society took the time to plant a whole lot of yellow daffodils in two sections of the local park. As a result every spring the odd sight of hundreds of daffodils pops up and makes for a bizarre sight to see. I however took advantage of the event and snapped some pictures back in May.

All yellow

I’m actually looking forward to seeing it happen again this spring. I’m going to be back with camera in hand and see if I can do something better.

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