….. take a photo of yourself. Or something that represents you.
This is it, the last challenge for January 2013 Photo a Day. Today I took 29 grade 3 to grade 5 students to the Daily Bread Food Bank in Toronto. I took some great shots of the kids and of myself and would you believe it, I’ve misplaced my camera. At least I’m hoping that’s what happened because the last place I had the camera in my hands was in the staffroom back at school. I quickly ate my lunch and then rushed off to teach my last two classes of the day. I don’t remember taking the camera with me and when I went back to the staffroom before I went home tonight it wasn’t there. I’m hoping that someone on staff put it in the office for safe keeping.
The following pictures are all taken in the last 7 months and represent some of the things I like to do.
Just before my first 5K with my friend L back in June. I didn’t look this happy at the end of the race. I need to find another race and start training for it. I’m at least 15 pounds lighter now and in better shape.
In August with my cousin’s girlfriend M having a special dinner before they returned to Germany.
My new bike that my sweetie bought me for my birthday.
Celebrating my birthday with good friends.
Inside my library at school after running with the kids for the Terry Fox run in September.
In December with some members of my precious family.
…..step back and take a photo of a landscape near you. Or even take a little trip just for the photo. Would be nice to explore your town for a beautiful photo
It was pretty overcast today and there was a grey hue over the entire city. I have lots of landscape pictures in my files but I feel I have used some of them once too often. There’s a large bridge close to my house and I often see photographers at the top of it taking pictures of the city. I always wondered what the attraction was so I drove over and parked the car on the wide shoulder and took some panoramic views. The bridge goes over the rail lines and downtown Toronto and Lake Ontario are off in the distance.
After taking pictures from the Islington Bridge I decided to drive over to one of the bridges that spans over the highway into to city. This bridge was a bit scarier because the railing was lower and the speeding cars below were intimidating.