Saw this guy sitting on top of a Canada Post mailbox with a backdrop of graffiti and knew I had to catch him. He noticed me shooting by I’m guessing he either didn’t care or figured I was shooting the wall. This was a tricky one when it comes to composition. I really wanted to tighten the shot and frame only him and that bike on the left. Looking at it again now, I might go back and try that. But the final decision really came to me wanting to show off the whole wall and the open window above it. Oh, and this was at Kensington Market, by the way.
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