- Aug 7, 2006
These are a couple I took last week
Nick, I just use the 'insert image' button on the toolbar and link to photos on my flickr page.
That's way easier that the route I PM'd him. I have no accounts elsewhere, &
thus explained the TinyPic route that I use.
This is what I do with a lot of my free time, photos. Thought I would share some of my stuff. Feel free to post your own photos as well.
Cherry Street Docks, Toronto, Canada.
Frozen Lake Ontario, Toronto harbour.
Lake Ontario, Day time long exposure
Bonfire Long Exposure
That's it for now, will post more later
Wow! Absolutely stunning. You most certainly should continue to develop your skills in photography. You have the "eye" for composition. The colours, content and compostion are stellar. Thank you for sharing. You pay attention to details such as contrast which enhances the photo. So many amatuers think they only need to point the camera at a scene without making prior assessment of the final result of the photo, ergo, most photos are terribly boring. However, yours are brilliant. Keep up the great work.
That Red-wing black bird brings back horrible memories of the dive bombing attack I got from one last yr biking through the park they don't fool around when it comes to protecting their nests lol. This morning I almost had another incident with the same bird while jogging. Oh the horror. Beautiful Pics though. There's a Swan nesting right at Evans and the Queensway in the Grenadier Pond she's there every year. You may want to take some shots before the grass covers her nest.These are a couple I took last week
Thanks. If you only knew how many tries it took to get the pics with the waves creating spouts you would laugh. I think it was about 50 tries to get this one pic.Very nice! I find that water is so difficult to photograph and get it right.
ohh I thought the shots were taken by Durka Durka in High Park Toronto. There are hundreds of those red winged birds in that park. The Swan I'm referring to nests right at the end of this pond attached to High Park and it's right next to a busy intersection. Its so odd to see this beautiful white swan nesting right across from the street car stop. I guess she doesn't mind the noise. Oh and just wear a cap next time you snap the black birds haha.I wish I could photograph the swan, but I'm guessing you're referring to Vancouver and that's a ways away from here. There are swans that pass through here every year in mid-April, but there was so much snow that week that I didn't bother adventuring on the rural roads in search of white swans in the snow.
Good to know about the dive bombing red-wing black birds. I obviously got very close to them to get the shots I got. They're calling for mates right now, so they're not aggressive, but I suspect that in a few weeks I should keep my distance. Thanks for the tip.
This is the tunnel that runs underneath Casa Loma, connecting the various buildings. Rather cold, damp and creepy.
Foggy day in the east end of Toronto (Beaches)
Lobby of a medical building in Toronto, I really like the architecture here.
Day time long exposure on a really foggy day in the Beaches, Toronto.