Not everything is black and white. :)
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… and they say it might even keep time now.
I Personally have my doubts. :)
Today Mr. Danger & I went for a quick wander to Costco to get groceries. Which I think is kind of hilarious because just ‘a few’ groceries from costco will result in a very full stroller. Corbin didn’t actually have to cuddle all the way home with an ECONO box of cereal but it was touch and go there for a bit.
I love that there are still old cars that out and about and basically peoples daily drivers. There is something about an old plymouth with a bench front seat that makes me nostagic for another time :)
This is a the outside wall from the Sandman Hotel on the corner of cambie and Georgia Street. I just liked that it was so random in the way that the mud was troweled on differently for each tile and that they appeared to try and repair it with different tiles. :)
Here are two photos that were taken two days apart from each other.
This was taken near The Alibi Room on Alexander Street here in Railtown. I love the juxtaposition of the healthy jogger and the death graffiti here but I am not 100% happy with this photo. It lacks something but I am not sure what.
This guy was playing guitar on the outskirts of Granville Island. Koodo’s to him because it was really cold out and I know what it like to busk in the cold, however he was playing so lightly and singing so softly that despite standing right beside him I couldn’t make out that he was even playing :)
Nothing like foggy Evenings and dark moody silhouettes. I walked tonight to Woodwords to mail some stuff and buy a fancy button battery for an old Metrastar Light Meter that I have. I brought the Nikon Df with the Sigma 35mm Art Lens and I was cursing myself the entire walk for not bringing an longer focal lenth like an 85mm instead, but now after seeing these couple photos I am kinda glad that I did bring the 35mm. I like that the silhouettes are a smaller portion of the photo.
This is one of my favourite Alleys in gastown/railtown. I never have the lens I want for it though. I think I might make a special trek down there one day with a 70-200 and a teleconverter to make it super long and compressed. I would have to bring a ladder and stand on the other side of the park but I will someday do it! :)