The job hunt progresses apace. One offer turned down, one good prospect that didn't go anywhere, and two good prospects in the works. Plus the adult web-cam network company that needs someone to do 90% of their tech work.
But in the meantime, I'm getting photos shopped and uploaded, so here're the latest. I'm only putting up one or two from each batch -- follow the links to see the full photostream.
Ducklings at Ashbridges Bay. You know, I'm not really that keen on birds, but I end up taking quite a few photos of them. Elephants are the same way.
There's an awful lot of High Park between the paths and roads that everyone takes. Whenever I'm there, I try to follow a trail I'd never walked on before. The path on the left runs down from Colborne Lodge to the pond. The tree on the right was on another path running back up from the pond to the main road.
We went to Bluffer's Park for a walk one evening. Unfortuantely, Lori ended up on a work-related crisis Blackberry call through about 90% of the walk.
Why's it called Bluffer's Park? Mainly because of the bluffs.
If you look closely, there's a sign at the top of the right-hand photo. I believe it says something like "Dead End" or "No Thru Traffic". The photo on the right is a bit of a trick: the original exposure wasn't great since the bluff itself was in shadow. The image is a composite of two versions of the same shot, one with the exposure corrected for the sky, the other corrected for the bluffs themselves.
The water was pretty calm, so we took some reflection shots.
And some more of those bird shots I mentioned...
Not My Dog
I took these photos almost a year ago, but I only got them uploaded this past week. Not My Dog is a restaurant and bar at 1510 Queen St. West run by some of my brother's friends. My brother designed the signage and lamps in the place.
For some reason I uploaded the lamps separately from the restaurant photos, so they aren't adjacent in the photostream.
Toronto At Night
I don't do a lot of shooting at night, but sometimes I end up out with the camera.
Old City Hall is always fun to shoot, especially with that nice shiny mirror behind it.
Sometimes unrelated things just end up next to each other and it looks right.
This is all done now -- the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, as it was last Christmas.
There's more that I've uploaded, but I'll get to that tomorrow.
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