I haven’t posted anything since early December because we’ve been focused on moving home. That’s not finished but I have been able to find time for a little photography and so on, so it’s time to get back in the rhythm of updating this site.
Here’s a quick round up of my regular topics:
- photography: I can’t believe I haven’t posted any shots since September! According to my photo catalogue I didn’t make any pictures in October so I need to post November’s summary (the shots are on Flickr already) but there won’t be any after that until I can find my NAS! (The Network Attached Storage device contains all my files and it’s still in a box somewhere.)
- Formula 1: fortunately it’s been the off-season so nothing much has happened since my last F1 post … other than the teams announcing their new designs and then pre-season testing starting. The first race is a few weeks away (March 16th in Australia) so I’ve got time to catch up
Well that is pretty much everything I post about here, so I guess that’s me done for now – I’m off to empty some more boxes and hopefully find my NAS.
- TOPW: Beaches in the pouring rain
- Hoppin’ the Danforth – Toronto Beer Week (#TPW2013) bar crawl
- TOPW: Belfountain
August was all about shooting with my new lens, the Canon 24-105mm f/4.0
- TOPW: 100th walk, Centre Island
- Mouse and Rascal posed for me so I could play with my new lens
- TOPW: Adams, Burtynsky & The William Granger Greenway (Kleinburg)
I was very proud to lead Toronto Photo Walk‘s 100th walk this month. I don’t think I ever imagined the TOPW group thriving the way it is – the Flickr group has over 800 members, as does the Facebook group, and our 4th anniversary is a couple of months away. Amazing!
- TOPW: 100th Walk (Centre Island)
- TOPW: Adams, Burtynsky & The William Granger Greenway (Kleinburg; black & white shots)
For me, July revolves around the Honda Indy Toronto – it doesn’t take much more preparation than the regular photo walks but the 3-day race weekend is hard work (12+ hour days) and then there’s a lot of shots to review and process. Well, I finally finished editing them so here is my July round-up.