This Picture was taken February 24, 2014 at the mouth of the Mimico Creek in Etobicoke at the Humber Bay Park. The park is on the west side of Toronto. I used my Canon EOS Rebel T3i and my 250 mm lense. Focal length: 55 mm, f/11. I had to take it easy to get to this spot to take the picture as the park is a massive sheet of ice and little snow to walk on. A Seagull in this picture coming in from Lake Ontario was captured as it passed in the picture below.
Seagull coming in for an ice landing
Ice on the Rocks - Humber Bay Park
Shoreline is covered in ice. I stood on some flat boulders to get this picture that were not too close to the water and did not have snow or ice on them. Didn't want to become a statistic in the days news. Again I used the Canon EOS Rebel T3i and 250 mm lens. Focal length: 154 mm, f/8.
Toronto Skyline looking across from Humber Bay Park
This picture taken February 24, 2014 of the Toronto skyline was take while standing on a park bench in the Humber Bay Park looking across Humber Bay. It was (bleep) cold and I was loosing the feeling in my fingers as I had my gloves off while taking these pictures. Picture taken with my Canon EOS Rebel T3i and a 250 mm lens. Focal length: 84 mm, f/9.
Driftwood along the shore in Humber Bay Park
Taken February 24, 2014, I took this picture on the was back to my SUV. Canon EOS Rebel T3i and a 250 mm lens. Focal length: 163, f/5.6
Humber Bay Park Icy Shoreline
This picture also taken February 24, 2014 looking west toward the mouth of the Mimico Creek in the Humber Bay Park. No, I was not standing on the ice when I took this picture. Use my Canon EOS Rebel T3i and 250 mm lens. Focal length: 55 mm, f/10.
Wall Painting on a Building in Old Quebec City 2005
My wife and I took a trip to Quebec and stayed in a Hotel in Old Quebec City in July of 2005. This picture was taken with my first digital camera, a Kodak DX3500. A whole 3.5 mega pixels. As you can see, the painting was fantastic to say the least.
I retired from work May 2011. This was my retirement cake made by one of my daughters. All of the cake was made of edible products. I guess I wasn't the most neat person in the world and she caught that quite well. The picture was taken with a Canon EOS Rebel T1i. Don't know if my daughter or her husband took the picture. Even the picture on the monitor was painted using a printer made for edible pictures (Call of Duty). I thought she had painted it by hand but she corrected me on that. Great cake, but we had to eat it anyway. More of her cake work can be seen Sweet-D Cakes link at the bottom of the page.
This flower was in a sidewalk planter in Niagara on the Lake, Ontario. It is called a Canna. Picture taken July 2013 with a Canon Powershot A640. Focal length: 21.71 mm, f/4
Unusual Flower-1 (Background colour removed)
This was another type of Canna in a planter in Niagara on the Lake, Ontario, July 2013. Picture take with a Canon Powershot A640. Focal length: 7.3 mm f/4
Squirrel -Washington D.C.
This little squirrel was on some grass in Downtown Washington D.C. while on a tour of the city. They didn't seem to be bothered by people which made taking the picture quite easy. Taken July 2011 with a Canon EOS Rebel T3i. Focal length: 55 mm, f/5.6
I took this picture in my garden July, 2012. Looked like little flowers growing inside a bigger flower. Picture was taken with my Canon EOS Rebel T3i (18 mega pixel), focal length: 50mm, f/7.1
Beauty inside Flowers
This picture was also taken in my garden July 2012. Looked like little flowers starting to bloom inside. Taken with my Canon EOS Rebel T3i (18 mega pixel), focal length: 50mm, f/7.1
Beauty inside Flowers
This picture was also taken in my garden July 2012. These flowers grow in the centre of my back yard. Taken with my Canon EOS Rebel T3i (18 mega pixel), focal length: 50mm, f/7.1. Bee's will love the pollen on this one.
I have a large flower pot filled with these cactus. They get covered in snow every winter and still survive year after year. They flower once each summer. An unusual looking flower for sure. Kind of alien like. Picture was taken with a Canon EOS T3i (18 mega pixel) , focal length: 50mm, f/5.6. Original cropped to bring out the detail of the flower.
My first post is the first time I tried this method of photo editing by removing all the colour from the picture and then restoring colour to only one item in the bowl. Canon EOS Rebel T3i (18 mega pixel), focal length: 50mm, f/4 and flash used.
This picture was taken from a hanging planter on my deck. I had just watered them and the drop of water looked good in the picture. Canon Powershot A640, focal length:7.3mm, f/2.8. I use the Canon Powershot (10 mega pixel) camera often as it does macro shots really well.