Rain, rain, go away..

 

An Evening in the Sun

“It rained all day long yesterday. And then it cleared up and we were treated to a brief moment of sunshine. And then today it looks like it’s going to rain all day long again. And maybe it’ll clear up and we’ll be treated to a brief moment of sunshine. And then tomorrow…”

UPDATE: “I was sort of right about today. Got my sunshine early :)”

Phone Camera Strikes Again!

Phone Flower

“It was cherry blossom season in High Park during the summer. There were a lot of people there taking photos of the trees, it was madness! I felt kind of bad because people were snapping off branches and posing with them… I’m just happy that I got this photo though! I’m impressed with quality of this camera and in-phone editing software once again.”

Ville de Montéal

Pan of MTL

“This past summer, me and a friend went to Montréal. We hiked all the way to the top of the mountain and took some really gorgeous pictures of the city. Ha, I say ‘hiked’ as if it were some treacherous climb. It really wasn’t. We took the short-cut route and just climbed up through the trees which reduced our travel time drastically. I think I would’ve liked to have gone up the road instead now that I think about it. It was a nice day out.”

The Moon Again

Edited with Pixir
Edited with Pixir

“Here’s another moon picture for the soul. This one first appeared, unedited, on my other blog. Taking pictures of the moon through my telescope is really fun because it’s about the only thing big enough in the night sky to be photographed at low power!”

Pan of The Day

t.o
Edited with Pixir

“Finally, I’ve got a good way of taking panoramic pictures that does not involve me standing very still. I hooked up my camera to my telescope tripod (which, luckily for me, has a piggyback on it) so I can rotate it in all sorts of ways. Well, that’s not exactly true since there is a ten pound weight on the tripod which is meant to balance the telescope so that… yaddy yaddy yadda physics gibberish… and so I can’t turn it sideways without it drifting. But that’s ohk! I can move it up and down, left and right, and that’s all I need for now. I still want a camera tripod, but hey, this is photography on a dime!”