29 Feb Turntable, X-Pro2 and the XF23mm f/1.4

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Every November I spend a long weekend in Toronto. Officially I’m there to attend a work conference, but every spare moment is spent enjoying the freedom and anonymity of wandering the city streets, and creating some street photos. November is a great month to shoot in Toronto. On the border of fall and winter, it promises a different experience every time. The days grow shorter and colder; while people prepare for winter. Often the fall colours still cling to the trees, while the possibility of snow always looms on the shore of lake Ontario. The snow began to fall Sunday evening and continued through the night. By morning, a blanket of snow covered the city and continued to fall, as I made my way west along Dundas Street to University Avenue. The snow persisted throughout the day, which made for some great photography between lectures, and over the lunch hour. The sun set as the work day ended, and the streets came back to life. The city lights ignited over a timeless Canadian winter landscape, as I made my way west on the Bloor subway line to meet with a stranger from whom I’d arranged to purchase a Fuji 23mm […]

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