Looking down on Adelaide, South Australia, from the hills.
Starts with "G"... ends with "U C K". It's a Garbage Truck.
For post #404, I felt the need to go looking for something a little older. Fittingly, Lightroom had lost track of the original file.
One of my favourite images from Australia, taken from the train between M`lbun and Adeliade.
I knew what would happen when I submitted this to my photography club, and I'm pleased to say that it finished in a three-way tie for the lowest ranked image in the Intermediate category.
A new look at the atrium in BCE Place, designed by Santiago Calatrava and the location for the World Press Photo exhibit when it visits Toronto.
This is post #400. It's revisiting an old photo that I posted here on February 3, 2005.
I was standing in the same spot, but everything else has changed.
I started this blog on October 3, 2004, and posted three photos that day. One each was of my two dogs, and the third was a photo of a dragonfly that I took for my mother.
My first real lesson in photography was when I learned that a photograph can be the only chance to preserve something.
I used to labour to climb the switchbacks and stairs of this path when I was a kid growing up in Don Mills.
It's since been replaced by a gentle path that makes up in practicality what it lacks in character.
Why is it that things were so much more interesting back then?
"Exteriorization is the ability of the thetan to leave the body and exist independent of the flesh."
Scientology building, Hollywood.
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