Eyes full of wonder. What is that thing you keep pointing at my face?
Here’s a portrait of Sebastian from early May. He was a little sleepy, but his blank, wet, wide open eyes reveal an amazing play of colours. The ring of deep blue that dominated his eyes when he was born is gradually being pushed out of the way by a ring of brown spreading out from his pupil. There’s no doubt he inherited his mother’s eyes, both in size and colour. Her’s, however, were were brown from she was born; here, the brown has to assert dominance over the blue in a long drawn out war of positions. It seems inevitable, though, that the brown shall win; to the blue belongs but certain defeat, though not without honour, holding out so long against the dominant brown allele.
Sebastian is now more than four months old, but his eyes are still of indeterminate colour, though leaning brown. What they do have, however, is very nice definition, which comes out in this b/w conversion.
This is Sebastian’s little foot at three and a half month. Yes, our little guy’s footsies aren’t really that small!
This is Sebastian at a little less than four months.
This is a stainglass window in a gallery running between Thames Hall and Sommerville House at the University of Western Ontario. The picture is an HDR composite from three images.
This architectural detail featuring maple leaves forms the bottom of a moulding that frames a window arch on a building at the University of Western Ontario. It is a recurring feature on all the buildings at the university built in the neogothic style. This is an HDR composite from three images.
A winter view the imposing edifice of Middlesex College at the University of Western Ontario. This picture is an HDR composite from three images.
Braving the snow squall recently, I was out taking pictures at Western. Here’s a view of University College seen on the hill above the bridge over the Thames River.
Picture of the gorgeous, Gothic stain glass windows of Conron Hall in University College, the oldest building at the University of Western Ontario. Conron Hall is without a doubt the most beautiful lecture theatre on campus; for a second, you will be forgiven for thinking you have walked into Hogwarts. The picture is an HDR composite from three different images.
Sebastian easily looks astonished by the world.
A bench enmeshed in the golden hues of an autumn afternoon.