If you are interested in photography this is an interesting article on how to build your own lenses. It’s amazing how simple it is to build your own camera lens.
These photos were taken at the Leslie St. Spit in Toronto, Ontario.
I spent the afternoon walking around Toronto Island, enjoying the weather and snapping some photos. It was deserted there today, and I enjoying the piece and quiet. Here’s a photo of one of the many unique houses on the island. It certainly would be an interesting place to live!
Here is a bicycle, where the front passenger seat is on springs!
Last night I got a chance to see a local band, well local now but originally from Australia, Dream Awake. They did a great set and the sound was well done last night.
This is an excellent stop motion film, where the creation of the characters is part of the movie.
Tonight we visited the Chinese Lantern Festival at Ontario Place.
For the complete set of photos visit my flickr account.
It’s been a while since I updated this blog, but I have been busy with my new job with gloPlug. I was hired 2 months ago and since then have been spending my time learning everything I can about NetApp products, which we sell, and working on some coding projects. The only blog I have kept up with is my Photofrog photo a day blog.
I would like to upgrade my photoblog software to be easier to update with photos from flickr without having to cut and paste from my flickr photos. Does anybody know of good photoblog software, preferable something that would hook into WordPress?
I have setup my own PhotoBlog at www.photofrog.ca. I will be posting 1 photo a day from my collection. The photos will be of anything I find interesting, and many will be around Toronto as I explore the city and capture it in digital. Don’t forget to subscribe to the RSS feed or by email to have a new picture delivered daily to your inbox.