November & December, 2021

Welp, here we go again — in the span of two months, the world has once again been turned upside down, reversing most of the baby steps made back to normal made over the past year. Omicron is the new name in town and it came just in time to crash the Christmas season. Understandably, most people were in the mood to cancel Christmas for a second year in a row, and by all measure it looks like we’re in for a bumpy ride.

I did not take many pictures these past couple of months, so the pictures here are just assorted home cooking photos, most of them being from the Christmas dinner with the in-laws. This is going to be an extra-long covid-journal rant.


August – October, 2021

Three more months have come and past, and the only notable thing to report was a week-long trip to Vancouver. This was the second trip of this year and most certainly the crown jewel in this year’s streak of revenge spending. Without further ado, let’s just dive right into it.

Photography Travel

July, 2021

Another month’s now in the bag, and I’m finally back on the monthly schedule! This month was relatively eventful thanks to the first trip I had taken to a major city in exactly two years. But there’s also covid stuff to rant about, because these posts really cannot stop being a thinly-veiled covid journal, why don’t we just get on with it?


March – June, 2021

Hey folks, it’s been three months since I’ve last checked in. During these 3 months, Toronto went through an entire cycle of partial opening, subsequent lockdown, and back to partial opening. Looking back at the photos I was surprised to see that we ate out on a patio back in March, which felt like an eternity ago.