Ed Lehming Photography


“We were young. Everyone was young in those days. That’s the main complaint you hear from people who are getting old. You stop seeing young people. You begin to wonder if there are any left and whether there were only young people when you were young.” ― Lloyd Jones I’ve made many photos of old trucks, most of them wrecks and relics. They are interesting to me mostly because of how the… Read More

This week’s submission to Norm 2.0‘s Thursday Doors. Thursday Doors is a weekly feature allowing door lovers to come together to admire and share their favourite door photos from around the world. Once more, it’s not just the doors, but the items around them that are captivating me. This is not a deliberate thing. As I compose the photo, there is ‘something’ subconscious that makes the image ‘good’ in my mind. I usually… Read More

“Imagine having a city full of things that no other city had.” ― Bill Bryson Old meets new in this view of Toronto’s Front Street, near the St. Lawrence Market. The area reminds me of Europe, with it’s old buildings and storefronts. It’s sad to think that much of Toronto looked like this till the wave of “Urban Renewal” in the 70’s demolished most of the old buildings to make room for…parking lots!… Read More

“Poets have been mysteriously silent on the subject of cheese.” ― G.K. Chesterton The St. Lawrence Market in Toronto is marvelous for its sights, sounds, and smells. It hearkens back to markets of old, with vendors selling their wares in the hustle and bustle of a busy market. When thinking of a title for this image I was going to call it “Everything Comes with a Price”, as I found the large… Read More