Thursday, February 26, 2009

Inspired by Dania, I posted this photo of my, ahem, workspace (more like mess space) on Flickr, and others soon followed. This what I think of as the white collar workspace, where I work on photos and repairing old cameras. The real he-man woodworking stuff is in the basement.

It's a constant battle keeping it tidy and organized, but I'm usually working on about 3 things at once, and since space is not unlimited, they do tend to overlap.

Yesterday was one of those perfect late winter days where you can feel the onset of Spring in the air. It was unseasonably warm, brilliantly sunny, and icicles were falling off roofs left and right. Wandering around Plateau Mont-Royal, textures and shadows were exploding everywhere.


  1. I'm so glad I managed to inspire you - I just love seeing these sorts of home life photos. And photos one and three are my favorites, but I must ask about the mannequin legs.

  2. i don't have a workspace :-(

    nice to see where you create though, looks a sunny little spot!

  3. Ah yes, the legs. Just a painted mannequin hanging off someone's balcony, really. Hey, welcome to Montreal:)


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A blog mostly about my photography, my etsy shop, travel, and other assorted addictions and predilections. I've been passionate about photography for just about as long as I can remember, right from that very first 1960s Kodak Brownie around my wrist at Upper Canada Village... A great deal of my adult life has been spent travelling the world for extended periods, always with cameras in tow. My photographic interests run the gamut from intimate portraits to landscapes to ephemera to street life. Although firmly entrenched in the digital age, I have a weakness for film and for old cameras.