The first time I drove into the underground parking lot in my new apartment building, I saw this beauty and knew I had to capture it for you fine folks.
The view of the CN Tower, from the Front Street entrance of the CBC Building, taken just before my CBC Radio 1 appearance a few weeks back.
The 401 at the Allen. Shot from the balcony of my new apartment. 30 second exposure.
Excalibur vs Raleigh : I figured I should get these shots out of the way, considering that the snow is mostly gone and melted here in Toronto. Although, What was up with the freaky snow this past weekend. We were moving damn it
I'm really not sure what to make of this trailer, all I knew was that I had to take a picture of it. Along Queen Street East, near the Don Valley Parkway
More like a dump track than a pickup truck. Found along Queen Street East, near the Don Valley Parkway.
It's Thursday. Spent the week painting, packing and moving. There is still some painting, packing and moving to be done. Needless to say, I'm tired and sore. Yesterday, Liz help me paint the bedroom. Saturday is the big moving day. There is still a lot of work to be done. Anyone free tomorrow?
Shopping cart found along Broadview
This is a scene from outside my workplace, taken over a month ago. When confronted with a sign that reads, "Watch for Falling Ice" the last thing you want to do when you exit the building is look up to see if any ice is actually falling. It's all fun and games until your eye gets impaled by a chunk of ice.
A rusty bike found around the corner from the Toronto Free Gallery on Queen Street East.
Sarah Harmer at the Bloor Cinema back in February for the Welcome to our Living Room show.
Found along Queen Street West in the Fashion District
In two weeks, this will no longer be the view from the front of my home.
The duct tape on the seat drew me to this bike. Found along Queen Street East
George Stroumboulopoulos and me on the set of The Hour [photo shot by Jason Schneider]
On Wednesday evening I was invited to be a guest on The Hour with George Stroumboulopoulos to talk about the Bloggies. We chatted briefly about my site and me winning the Best Canadian Weblog and went on to talk about Dooce, Defamer and Boing Boing.
To sum it up, It's better to be Boing Boinged than to be Dooced.
Unfortunately, I didn't get to plug the PUBLICity exhibit which had their opening reception last night, but it was a really cool experience regardless.
[The clip of the segment is available on The Hour's website. You'll need to have a Real Player installed]