Tricia (my Jeep Patriot) has the bikes mounted and cargo loaded! With that said, off we go on another weekend road trip adventure. Until my next post, see you all on instagram, Facebook or Twitter.
Well really it was a Thursday Snappy. Saw a double rainbow on my way home last night. Does this mean double luck?
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Taken yesterday afternoon with my Samsung Galaxy S6, outside the York Concourse of Toronto Union Station.
Hey, no one’s perfect! Here are some of the shots from my roll of PanF that could be filed under G (or were precariously close to it.)
A couple months ago, my buddy Jon issued a challenge: Shoot a single roll of Ilford PanF with a Nikon SLR (in my case, a F90x) and a 50mm lens (AF Nikkor 50/1.8 D), using only manual settings. We were free to choose who would develop the film and scan it. (more…)
It’s been a while since I posted one of these. Have been in a creative slump photography wise. Anyway, just going to post a very clean Mark IV Volkswagen Jetta GLI. I think the owner calls it ‘Red Sauce’. It indeed is saucy. I forget what he did to the car, but it is very nicely done.
Dubbed the ‘Wildebeest’ by it’s owner, this Mini forced induced monster is indeed a beast. It’s not only turbo charged, but supercharged as well. The matte green wrapped mini copper churns out upwards of 350+ BHP. A lot of custom work was done through out the car to accomadate the power, and is the epitomy of a ‘pocket rocket’
Pork, the other white meat. It’s has to me at least a very transparent taste, and it absorbs flavour like no other. This is pretty much über bacon, pork belly, so good, so tasty so deliciously bad for you.
This was one of our entrees this past thanksgiving, and it was oh-so-delicious. Perfect compliment to the turkey.
It’s been a while since I posted a random photo. Just been behind on a few things. In any case, here is an oldy. It snowed a bit today, and reminded me of some older snow scenes that I’ve taken. And looking through my older shots, I saw this one.
Shot with my old Pentax K10D and Pentax’s DA 10-17mm Fisheye.
Shooting snowy scenes always gives me this calming effect, the quietness, the serenity of everything after a fresh snow fall gives you this peace from with in. At least with me. I hope you enjoyed.