The Girl Behind the Camera

Wednesday, October 25, 2006

The London Aquarium

As I mentioned in my other blog, Jeremy and I went to the aquarium this week. The front entrance was pretty impressive, lots of interesting lighting and several tubes of water with glowing jellyfish in them.

There were so many amazing fish there, I have weed out about 40 pictures for this post. Here are the ones that I thought turned out really well.

This pufferfish has the creepiest eyes I've ever seen - instead of a regular eyeball, it's a bunch of little glowing blue dots.

Not sure that I'd eat that kind of shrimp... they're way too pretty

Sometimes they swam a little too quickly and I couldn't get a decent picture
Creepy piranhas

Strange mini-eels starting at themselves in the mirror

This was the weirdest fish we'd ever seen - they look normal for a little while, then suddenly flatten out like something squashed them. They swim like rays, but look like flattened fishes. Very strange.

Giant goldfish

A tiger shark looking like he's getting hungry...

Saturday, October 21, 2006


Thursday, October 19, 2006


Serpentine River, London, UK

Windsor, Ontario

I know - everybody has pictures of sunsets. They're naturally gorgeous, and an easy target. Every person I know who owns a camera has claimed "I'm a really good photographer when it comes to sunset pictures".

I'm putting up some of my favourites anyway. Hope you enjoy them. (If not, I'll try to find something more interesting next time)

Kensington Gardens, London, UK

Boardwalk in Windsor, Ontario

Detroit, Michigan skyline

Pelee Island, Ontario (near marina)

Evening sky over London, Ontario

Ella Lake, Ontario

Windsor, Ontario

Lake Erie, Ontario (from Pelee Island)

Ella Lake, Ontario

Just for fun (and it still is the evening sky) - a moon shot from Ella Lake, Ontario

Thursday, October 12, 2006

going for a little action...

chasing squirrels in Kensington Gardens

chasing pigeons at the Natural History Museum

Line dancing in Hyde Park...

... on rollerblades

some kids apparently require leashes

practicing roller blading skills

any hockey game is good - even if the only North American team was the Leafs...

a pick-up soccer game in Kensington gardens


trying to get away from daddy...

Monday, October 09, 2006

Natural History Museum