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These were used to brighten up a back alley in downtown Toronto. I don't know why they depict bicycles which aren't anywhere near as ubiquitous as around here.
Normally this time of the year, I'm outside reveling in the return of warmer weather. Not so this year with uncomfortably cold winds still blowing out of the east. The wind made it feel so cold that we sought refuge in the art gallery's warm interiors.
Pretty soon a purple stain will spread into one of the city's numerous canals.
too bad I wasn't able to see the event which left this landscape in
its wake. I suspect that some sort of protection for the camera would
have been in order though.
More photos to come...
Keep out – no graffiti artist beyond this point!
On the first nice day of the year, I always feel this irresistible urge to head out to the local park to take some photos of the first flowers. I'll spare you those.
I still automatically take photos at large apertures – not used to all the light – but I haven't seen such healthy shutter speeds in a long time...
These were taken during an intermission at yesterday's The Best of IDFA (international Documentary Film Festival) in Diemen.
Access to this pair of petrol stations was cut off after the city lowered the level of the highway. Rather than tear them down, they've been transformed into pavilions that serve a new park along the highway.
The underside of the hot pink canopy is a light installation, so coming at night is the thing to do. Stay tuned for part 2.
While not as dramatic as they would've been with my super wide angle on the GF2, these make me confident that architecture photography is possible with a 35mm lens. In fact, quite a lot is possible with only 35mm...
All photos with the Sony RX1 at ISO 100. The overall shots are at F5.6, the details at F4.0 (for those that care).
Under the highway was the only place where I could find a little color on this dark and gray January day. Black tar and some sort of green slime where oozing down the yellow from above. While not a pretty sight, this is nonetheless more uplifting than the monotonous gray elsewhere.