Saturday, January 30, 2016

Sony Diaries #911: Liam goes under 30s !!

Liam goes under 30sec in the 50M Free Short Course. He is in Lane 2, 2nd from the left, the only 13 yr old, swimming with 2-14YO's, 2-15YO's, 3-16YO's.

Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Jaimie + David: a repost (just because I love this video)

I am so very fortunate to have had the pleasure of shooting the video for Jamie and David's Wedding. This is one of those times where all I had to do was to get the camera rolling... Jamie and David just had to be themselves... and themselves they did.
Sony a65, Minolta AF100-200 f4.5.
"Fly Love" by Jamie Foxx

Sony Diaries #910: why it is the way it is

There are 12 little plants in this bunch that had to be planted, nourished, hand-picked by cheap (migrant, probably) labour, and shipped 5,000 km from farm to a heaping cornucopia of green goodness at our local No Frills. And all this for 99 Canadian cents (devalued down to 65 cents US)!
And we wonder why our planet is the way it is.
January 26th.

Inside an old hard drive case

January 26th.

as Nike would say, "just do it!"


"the Well", by Leigh and Liam


One more haunting piece by Leigh and Liam.

Sony Diaries #909: Faces in the crowd


Shot on the tiny perfect camera, the Sony RX10, handheld with Active Stabilization.

Friday, January 22, 2016

Darius Bagli


Paediatric Urologist and Surgeon, and Musician. 
Please go to the CBC Website and view/vote for him DAILY. He is entered in the CBC 2016 classical amateur piano competition! Please forward/share/promote widely!! He is trying to get into the top 10 of the popular internet voting to the jury stage!

Swarovski on ice

Guelph Arboretum

Thursday, January 7, 2016

Saturday, January 2, 2016

Sony Diaries #899: Diesel

"1 more second on this drive and I am going to throw up…"
"who needs to know?"
End of the year 2015

Sony Diaries #897: John from Alice Street

While out for a drive in the early evening of New Year's Day, Ben and I decided to look around The Ward to see who was out-and-about on this damp and cold night. Not to my surprise, 176 Alice Street shone like a beacon in it's latest incarnation (my apologies to theologists). I had blogged on 176 Alice Street before, and it's good to know that it hasn't lost its character. John came out to say hello, and we both agreed to keep in touch.