Over the Canada Day long weekend several Tall Ships were in Hamilton and Port Dalhousie in celebration of the bicentennial of the War of 1812. These ships have been touring the great lakes as part of the ongoing celebrations. One of the big draws for me to the event was the Brig Niagara, a replica of the USS Niagara from which Oliver Hazard Perry won the battle of Lake Erie in September of 1813. So I braved the heat of the day, and the crowds and went to go see the ships! One thing that struck me, is how small these ships actually were thatRead More →

I wore a suit into Toronto for Canada Day, I was meeting up with a group of friends later on that day, but I took advantage of the beautiful weather and the bustle of the city to get some street photography in, and looking dapper there was only one choice in cameras, my Leica. I haven’t been giving my Leica love recently mostly because it’s a bit of a pain to use, bottom loading, cutting the film leader, making sure there’s enough tension so that the sprockets catch. But after some choice words I managed to load up a roll of classic Kodak Plus-X andRead More →