Monthly Archives: December 2009

hamilton-steel

Hamilton Steel

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A small segment of the industrial steel behemoth that has been the economic engine of Hamilton. I think the city gets a bad rap due to the industry, it smells and dominates the the shore line of the city. However …

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sand-and-smoke

Sand & Smoke

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Down where the QEW cuts along the eastern edge of Hamiltons industrial area two smoke stacks rise above a foreground of sand piles. The poto is heavily pushed on the color saturation to make the patterns in the sand piles …

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grey-winters-day

Grey Winters Day

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I tried to find a more cheerful Christmas themed photo for the occasion. Unfortunately all my shooting plans have yet to be acted upon and the family made the choice to forgo the Christmas tree with the house rennovations still …

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sliding-tile-game

Sliding Tile Game

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A stack of rough cut wood at Shellys’ mill in Flamborough, Ontario. Life has become what a fellow photographer refers to as ‘the sliding tile game’. Projects, responsibilities and people fighting for attention and a spot in the line. Not …

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Not Mulch To It!

Not Mulch To It!

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A skid-steer unloads its bucket filled with mulch into the bed of my pickup. I thought the top down shot might prove to be an interesting take on a rather mundane activity. Shot is hand held with me perched on …

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