Monday, March 8, 2010

We've moved!!

We've moved!

The handset market currently is hottest and most competitive. It seems they are coming out with faster and better models on a daily basis. Thought it would be prudent to establish a blog with a general and generic name rather than one tied to a brand or model.

Let me introduce the Smartphone Photos blog! The url for Smartphone Photos is:

Please modify your bookmark.

All the postings from this blog have been ported to the new blog. Please join me at Smartphone Photos.


The other day did something that Mr. Rogers used to do everyday, walk around the neighbourhood. Noticed it is slowly changing as the older and not so old houses are either being teared down and rebuild or being renovated.

Sunday, March 7, 2010

What's wrong with...

What's wrong with this picture? Obviously Bell is one of Sid the Kid's sponsors and it is using a still of him for promotion. This picture, however, is not right. Take a close look. Scroll down and look at the second picture...

Notice the difference? That's right Sid Crosby, like Wayne Gretzky, shoot left which is correctly depicted on the second photo.

Saturday, March 6, 2010


Some Spring flowers for your enjoyment.

Friday, March 5, 2010

Yellow Pages

Technology has rendered the company's once popular "Let your fingers do the walking" ad obsolete.

Thursday, March 4, 2010

Window display

Thought these spools of threads in the window of Lululemond's Broadway store is really neat.

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Restaurant row?

I think this is on the corner of Cambie and 18th.

Tuesday, March 2, 2010


A sporting event wouldn't be a sporting event without its fans. The Olympics is no different. Actually it was the fans who made the Vancouver Winter Games different from the others. Here is to the FANS!

Monday, March 1, 2010

Around town

There were a lot happening all over the city during the past two weeks. Wondered into Yahoo's Fancouver, saw two ladies under the sports talk sign and this gywas taking a photo. I took a photo also under the assumption that they were Yahoo employees. As it turned out they were just visitors also and the photographer was a stranger who held their camera for them.

Then there is the lady who took a breather by sitting on space along the Scotia Building. The Canon Mini is kind of blurry because he was ready to go. Of course, there were flags everywhere.