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Henry’s Exposure Show 2014

Hey guys, I’ve had a busy week with new adventures so didn’t have time to post much! Last weekend, I attended the last day of the Henry’s Exposure Show. It was camera gear galore and I was able to test many lenses as well as shoot some animal and human models. Advertisements henry’s exposure showmodelsphotographyphotosportraits

Woofstock 2014

This year Woofstock moved from St. Lawrence Market to Woodbine Park near the east end beaches. I loved the new location because you could always take a break with your dog beneath the trees. There were so many types of people and dogs of all shapes and sizes. We bought Teddy a backpack: This was…

Brunch @ Hello Darling

As I previously mentioned, Nash moved to an area where there are a gazillion options for places only open during brunch. Recently, we visited Hello Darling, located near Lansdowne & Wallace. Inside it is cute and bright and I don’t feel like I need to dress up to go eat brunch. I ordered the Shakshuka…

Teddy’s First Barkbox

For Teddy’s June birthday, I subscribed him to Barkbox, an online subscription service for dogs that sends goodies and toys every month. There are a few other competitors out there, but Barkbox’s marketing and quality of goodies impresses me above all others. How it works is you pick your dog’s size (small, medium, large) subscription…

Victoria’s Day at High Park

We woke up bright and early on Monday to catch the last of the cherry blossoms at high park. Here are some random photos. Just a squirrel begging for nuts: Some animals at the High Park zoo: And the dog park: cherry blossomshigh parktorontovictoria’s day

Want Some Sapporo?

Sapporo sent me some beer in celebration of their latest campaign which features animated versions of traditional Japanese ink wash paintings- an art that dates back 1000 years. Sapporo, which originated in Japan, does have a brewery in Canada. It’s a rice lager so it is light and sweet. The beer is dry but refreshing…

Flowers w/ the Sigma 35mm Art Lens

I finally gave in and bought myself a 35mm lens. I chose the Sigma Art series because I’ve heard great things, plus it’s half the price of the Canon. A 35mm is nice and compact so now I can bring it around with me and there will definitely be more photo posts. Since it’s spring…