Over the past two weeks, my mom and I have been seriously considering that we might have too many coffee and tea mugs in our kitchen cabinets. But even with our massive collection, we aren’t satisfied.
This is what I ended up doing with that collection:
Mom’s response to all this?
“You do realize that now we have to go and get more mugs, right? Everyone knows about our collection. How will serving tea be a surprise now?”
I always think about doing one of these every year but I get so lazy and then it’s too late. This year, I’ve made it happen.
I would have made the post on this blog, but this lovely blog management system of mine doesn’t accept photo sizes greater than 10mb, and I was in no mood to resize all my photos.
So, check out my Exposure profile. Because Exposure is awesome.
Here’s the link: https://amarpreetkaur.exposure.co/2015
PS. If you’d like to see my first Year in Review post from 2013, you can take a look here. 2013 was a good photography year for me.
Happy New Year!
A few days ago I headed over to Distillery District to check out the annual Toronto Christmas Market. It was magical.
It was hard to take it all in in one visit.
The little things:
When I wander into the kitchen, this is what happens:
It’s been a while since I’ve blogged! Life has been crazy busy but I continue my photography. It keeps me sane.
I recently purchased a brand spankin’ new Sigma 35mm F/
1.4 ART lens. It’s pretty darn sexy. I thought my camera was my best friend, now it’s my BFFL. Know what I mean?
Anyways, here are a ton of shots I took with the mind-blowing lens at Gage Park in good ol’ Brampton.
PS. If you haven’t already downloaded it, make sure you download this epic app Priime. Gorgeous presets. They make all my photos look wonderful.
Starting with some bokeh because that’s all I wanted from this lens:
And the beautiful Christmas lights in all their glory:
Hope you’re very jolly this holiday season!