Wednesday, March 30, 2005

dog Posted by Hello

Monday, March 28, 2005

Mickey C. Toronto actress Posted by Hello

Sunday, March 27, 2005

My son David, who is a budding photog (argh, not three in one house!) took this shot of graffitti on Queen last month. Posted by Hello

Cooper, looking natty but a bit dorky, but hey, he's warm.. out behind our house. Posted by Hello

On the way back from Algonquin the other day we wound our way back along all sorts of backroads. Found this old abandoned farmhouse. Posted by Hello

.. and closer to Toronto, in the town of Sharon, there's this amazing building. It's not a church at all, it was built by former Quakers in the 1820's to raise money for the poor. They were called the "Children of Peace" and created the first civilian band in Canada and the first organ in Ontario. It's a lovely building in a magical setting. Posted by Hello

Saturday, March 26, 2005

Great volleyball shot by R. Posted by Hello

woodhenge Posted by Hello

One of my usual work-avoidance tactics, I've been poking around in Ricardo's photos via our LAN looking for colourful shots to chase away the last of the winter blues. Found some nice ones. Too bad he doesn't have a blog of his own, guess I'll need to post them here. ;-) Posted by Hello

composition AND colour. Posted by Hello

Really super shot of the skyline, Ricardo. Posted by Hello

Pink satin on snow Posted by Hello

Our "backyard" Posted by Hello

Found this one in his folder, but I would lay money on it, it's one of my shots.. That's the trouble with two photogs in one house. ;-) Posted by Hello

Friday, March 25, 2005

For all the "hair police" out there who have been bugging me for years to do something with my long hair, here's a bulletin. I paid a visit to Bill Angst of Angst on Queen and he cropped it all off, and not in Photoshop, either. It was a little like pruning a wild bush. We were knee deep in hair I think. Thanks Bill! Posted by Hello

Thursday, March 24, 2005

Never run with pitchforks. Posted by Hello

Ken Deas, in costume. Posted by Hello

emoting Posted by Hello

Canadian Gothic? Posted by Hello

This is what happens when a cement truck hits a streetcar. Remarkably little damage if you consider the forces at work. At Strachan and the Lakeshore. Posted by Hello

How many times did I make him jump the puddle? I'm not telling. Posted by Hello

Ricardo, getting into his work. Posted by Hello

Bridgework Posted by Hello

Stairway to Bloor Posted by Hello

Not a happy camper Posted by Hello