I like the orange reverse on the stitched handles. And the fact that the handles are long enough to sling it over my shoulder.
Lots of space in it for things. Two bottle-shaped pockets and a central divider. I shopped at the Market yesterday, and it held a basket of potatoes, one of carrots, one of parsnips, three bunches of asparagus, a bottle of olive oil, two of wine, 5 heads of garlic, 3 hunks of ginger, a pound of mushrooms from Phil's, and some more of that wonderful cheese that I bought last week.
I've always had strong visual interests, and first got interested in digital imagery in the early days of Omni magazine, back when it used to review what had happened at SIGGraph. Well, I've been to a bunch of SIGGraphs now, and I work in the field, and I still love it.
I gardened as a child, and I've been able to get back into that in the last 8 years. It provides a balance to my digital lifestyle. Gardening and enjoying fresh produce has also raised my interest in cooking with really good local food. As more restaurants in Toronto are offering local fare, I enjoy dining out and sampling the visions the different chefs have.