Analog Phasers

Here's a funny one from my past. The pic was taken sometime in the 1970s. I used to ski at this place almost every winter weekend, and during March Break. I was also a huge Trek fan, back when there was only one Trek, and maybe the cartoon. So here's my childhood attempt to add... Continue Reading →

Winter, cold, snow

When all else fails…

Lay down and take a picture... Cold weather and other factors have kept me penned up in the city like a rat in a cage. Yesterday, the sun came out and the weather forecast spoke to warmer temperatures today. Just after taking this I managed to get outside the gates of the machine (a metaphor... Continue Reading →

Super Bowl, Canada Style

So I had to go out to the bank tonight. Decided to walk down Bayview Ave, past a local watering hole. The Super Bowl TV announcers could be heard from across the street. This scene reminded me of a Krieghoff painting. The camera isn't really that blurry. The sports bar windows are just all steamed... Continue Reading →

Father Christmas vs. Old Man Winter

Here's a pic I took out my window on the second day of the Toronto Ice Storm. Large portions of the city were knocked out cold. My room was about 40ºF when I took this. Power's back but with Christmas tomorrow, I'm way behind sched. so / will have to take a back... Continue Reading →

winter waters

Here's another one with a slight tint from the windshield. Lake Ontario looking south toward good ol' US of A, from Port Hope, ON. Related articles 16 Wintery Photos from the Port Union Waterfront ( too cold for outside ( Hottest winter fests (

evening star

Here's another one I took last night at Lake Ontario, about 100 miles east of Toronto. I guess that's Venus or something like that. The evening star. I'm not sure if this was thru the side window or if it was rolled down. I might make this my official non-denominational Seasons Greetings image! Everyone digs... Continue Reading →

polar bear not

Sunset near Cobourg Ontario last night. It was so cold that the skin on my hands cracked and actually bled a tiny bit. What lengths one will go to for a nice pic! I actually took quite a few of this guy. In reality just a hunk of ice. » Related articles The Polar... Continue Reading →

Sunset out my window (webcam)

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