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A Day in “The Hammer”

Hamilton, that is… my home town. Don’t know why they call it “The Hammer”. Only saving one syllable. Not much economy there. They could call  it “The Ham”, but that’s too much like hogtown. Maybe because hammers are made from… Continue Reading →

March break isn’t just for kids!

Today Chantal and I went out with my son-in-law and 2 grand-daughters to the Art Gallery of Hamilton where we saw an exhibition of the Beaver Hall Group. A modernist group in Montreal in the 1920’s era, I especially enjoyed… Continue Reading →

541 Eatery & Exchange

Recently, I visited the 541 Eatery & Exchange  at 541 Barton Street, Hamilton. This is a completely new concept, where the waiting staff are regular customers and who take turns volunteering. Instead of leaving a tip, you can purchase buttons… Continue Reading →

Week 2(b): “The History of Street Photography”

The challenge for week 2 of this course was to talk to a stranger and then ask them permission to take their picture. After another “photo outing” I had more material so I decided to publish a 2nd week 2… Continue Reading →

My old neighbourhood in Hamilton

Now for a little bit of nostalgia. A few weeks ago I met a fellow photographer, Rob, at a Meetup Street shooting event, who told me about a project he’s involved in – documenting Kenilworth Avenue in Hamilton east end…. Continue Reading →

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