Summer is finally around the corner and the weather was really nice this weekend! We decided to get in touch with nature this Victoria Day weekend, and visit Crawford Lake Conservation Park.
The hiking is not too demanding, and has nice scenic views. I wish that the trails were a little longer – they are only around 30-45 minutes long, but I’d like something like 3-4 hours. Also, you have to pay $7.5 per person, which was a bit much, since we only stayed for an hour or so.
My friend who is studying (or graduating) from Harvard School of Design, and who I am super proud of, had a project based on Toronto’s waterfront, and asked me to take some pictures for her. I had a really nice time walking along the waterfront, and taking pictures of the scenery. It reminded me how much I enjoyed taking photos and using my DSLR camera. It has been over a year since I last touched my DSLR camera, and I was on the verge of selling it online, since I thought I would never use it again.
The DSLR was the first thing I ever bought with my first pay check of my first job out of university (yes that’s a lot of firsts). i used it all the time when I posted on here regularly, but I got lazy. That’s kind of my life story. I need to stop being lazy because I gain nothing out of it.
Anyways, here are a few of my favourite pictures from the day:
I’ve been building my own desktop computer and I thought it was a good photo op! The motherboard looks so cool with all the tiny electronic components. And then I threw in my ring bearer bunny at the end.