One year ago (though it honestly feels like a lifetime), some fellow urban explorer/photographer friends and I were lucky enough to climb one of Toronto’s most amazing high-rises—one that we had often dreamed of visiting but never thought possible until the opportunity suddenly presented itself. After that serendipitous day, a photo Tom Ryaboi took of [...]
Posts Tagged ‘acrophobia’
Time for some full disclosure. Or, more accurately I guess, a blunt address to what\’s already fully disclosed. When I shoot from a rooftop, my eye is immediately attracted to certain things, so each photograph often takes on one of the following themes: 1. Postcardy scenes (ie, landscapes with 90-degree angles featuring the CN Tower [...]
I think it was an 8-inch high carbon Henckels, but I can\’t be certain. Whatever he was brandishing at me was very shiny, very expensive, and very sharp. He was obviously a professional. He\’d probably used it in the artful and effortless creation of many an unforgettable gastronomical delight after graduating top of his class [...]
I considered titling this photo more cleverly because I enjoy that sort of thing (if you haven\’t noticed by now). But then I realized that I didn\’t want or need to say very much. I LOVE THIS CITY.
This is the start of a magnificent love affair, I can tell. Caught up in various real-life duties and in seeing the work of Mike Quigg, Miles Storey, and Brian Day last night at their show, I neglected to upload a photo and share yesterday\’s big news — I have a new baby! It was [...]
BREAKING NEWS: My digital SLR and I have been reunited at long last! A Purolator truck arrived at my house. Inside this truck was a package. Inside this package was a sheet of bubble wrap. Inside this bubble wrap was a crumpled page from a Korean newspaper (I guess my technician was Korean). On this [...]