Lucy sent me a link to the VeganYumYum blog which had a great post about taking pictures today, so I checked it out and was pleasantly surprised. This sums up almost everything that I've learnt in all of my photography classes up to now. I recommend that every beginner/amateur photographer read this and make their own notes, as a checklist for when they go out and take pictures. Click on the link below.
Hiya! I've moved to Toronto for school, as Lucy mentioned (I think it's just 'T-dot'). I'm taking photography at Humber College. It's a pretty fun program with awesome profs. I can't wait for better assignments, as we are just making contact sheets right now.
Now that I'm in Toronto... I'm that much closer to the tastiest makers of "My Noodles!" Woot! I haven't been able to explore Toronto yet, but no worries. Within, I'd say a month, I'll get out and eat more.. which only means more entries! Yay! It's a win-win situation, don't you see? I get to go out and eat, satisfying my cravings for food, and you get to read all about it! Can't wait!
Oh, about the slideshow I mentioned 5ish months ago... I'll be going home this weekend so I'll be able to upload my pictures from the family computer. Yay! Everything is finally coming together. Have a good Friday and have a good weekend everyone!
We've been totally awful with posting lately, but it's for a good reason. Christine is now living in the T-dot-O (known to everyone else as Toronto) and going to school for photography! Congratulations!
I've been busy with school and work and extracurriculars, and then summer school and work, and then full-time work, and now school and work and extracurriculars again. Do not fear, loyal readers (all two of you)--Christine and I have been taking pictures all summer. We will gradually get back to posting regularly.
For now, I will attempt to appease you, the two loyal readers, with a picture of a chocolate cake (courtesy of YumSugar) that I'm lusting to bake once the weather cools down a bit more.
Welcome to our food journal and thanks for visiting!
We're two sisters from Ottawa, writing and photographing our delicious (and sometimes not-so-delicious) adventures. Up until recently, Lucy used to live in Kingston, while Christine lived in Toronto for school.