|Posted by Bill Gorham on May 16, 2011 at 2:09 PM|
This past weekend was spent in the thriving metropolis of Toronto. I attended two different events in two separate locations on the Saturday. The first was "The Photographic and Digital Imaging Show" at the International Centre. There is where I was able to capture some beautiful shots of the models that they had on the scene. Below is just one. Be sure to check out the gallery to see other shots.
The second event was the "Spirit of Toronto" at the Roy Thompson Hall, a show for one of the finer spirits made, the Single Malt Whisky. Well at least that was my prime reason for attending. Other fine spirits were present as well, some Rum, Cognac and of course the Canadian Rye whiskies. It was a fabulous way to cap the day. I certainly would have liked to sample more that I did but I did want to walk out of there at the end of the night...even if I wasn't driving. Below is a shot taken at one of the Master Classes I attended. The Highland Park. We sampled the 12 y.o., 21 y.o., 25 y.o. and the limited release Highland Park Saint Magnus. Very Delicious.
Can't wait til next year!
|Posted by Bill Gorham on April 26, 2011 at 10:17 PM|
For the longest time I have wanted to get a new motorcycle to replace the FZ600 i sold a couple of years ago. Well I finally broke down and picked up a new 2010 Honda VT1300CT Interstate.
This is one of those things that I have added to the camera gear. What better way to take photos that to get there on two wheels. I look forward to the summer and the time on the road to capture some really nice images.
|Posted by Bill Gorham on March 9, 2011 at 2:12 PM|
A visit to the National capital was made last week and I had some time to walk around the Parliament buildings and snap a few shots. Here is one of the Centre Block and the Peace Tower.
A clear day with not a cloud in the sky provided the perfect background for the shot. It was a little chilly and I wish I had my tripod with me but I am pleased with the shot.
|Posted by Bill Gorham on February 13, 2011 at 3:06 PM|
Well, I can certainly tell that spring is just around the corner. The city greenhouse is open for public viewing and provided the backdrop for some nice shots. I took my daughter there and gave her my other camera the Nikon D80 with which she took over 275 shots. Some of these were very eclectic but it is amazing the eye she has for finding that special shot.We both look forward to heading back there to see what is going to bloom next.
|Posted by Bill Gorham on January 4, 2011 at 11:18 PM|
Welcome to the first posting of the year. I was out walking around today in the first real accumulation of snow this winter. So far we have been blessed with not having to shovel the driveways and navigate through slush encrusted streets. Since it was so nice I decided to snap some shots of the Barriefield Rock Gardens. These shots were taken this morning as the fluffy white stuff was falling.
Wishing you all a Happy New Year.
|Posted by Bill Gorham on September 27, 2010 at 3:40 PM|
While walking through the market one weekend I came upon the cutest new type of flora. Well it appeared at first glance to be flora but in acutality was a little bit of fauna. This little fella was using one of the planters in the park as his own personnal "facility".
|Posted by Bill Gorham on September 3, 2010 at 1:11 PM|
In the heat of battle and the fog of war there are many things that happen. This shot was taken during a reenactment of a battle in the Revolutionary war.I added a sepia shade to it to give it a more realistic era look.
|Posted by Bill Gorham on August 16, 2010 at 1:05 PM|
A day at the beach allowed me to take a number of photos of my dog playing in the water as well as and more importantly drying out on the beach.
|Posted by Bill Gorham on August 6, 2010 at 10:30 PM|
Well this is the start of my photographic journal. I will attempt to post a picture that I have taken here to expand my portfolio.
This photo of the Kingston harbour with the city hall and the Martello Tower was taken from the Wolfe Islander III.