I'm trying to get in better shape by bike riding. Also, just enjoying the parks in Toronto. Being mostly stuck in the city during summer is fairly new to me. One has to adapt. Sometimes I muse that the Toronto Parks are like the holodeck in Star Trek TNG. They're not quite the countryside but... Continue Reading →
Here's another one I took while stuck in traffic. The women's faces are a little bit blurry in the original. But I had to increase the blur to meet the standards of, say, Google Street view. Too bad. It's actually more interesting if you can make out their features just a little bit. I have... Continue Reading →
Last night I made the hair-brained decision to go to Cherry Beach for sunset. The traffic was unbelievable. With our population explosion this city is almost non-functional except during the off hours. Anyhow, I made it. And managed to get this interesting photo, which I digitally recomposed with Photoshop Elements to give something of The... Continue Reading →
https://youtu.be/4Zp4Njt0XXw Had a sublime moment today in the local park (Serena Gundy). Just last summer I realized a secret entrance that I'd never known about. Also, I used to go away for summers when I was a kid. These days, I improvise.
Felt really sterile in the city today, so we took to the countryside. After this photo, I took some (seemingly) amazing shots of an old barn with the setting sun on it. But when I got home, all I saw was funny squiggles and empty folders where the pics should have been. The joys of... Continue Reading →
It is for me, anyhow. Living in Toronto I tend to take far less pics in the winter, mainly because I've become sensitive to the cold in my advancing years. There's another blog "Just my pics" which has some of my current favs against a black background. So far I haven't acquired a dot.com for... Continue Reading →
retro chairs, a photo by earthpages on Flickr. taken just the other day, i gave this a retro look... quite fitting because the chairs are in front of an ice cream shop with a 1950s theme to it.
Looking out on Georgian Bay with camera set on Precambrian rocks some 4.5 billion to 540 million years old.