Rolling hills of Shadow Park


So I got out yesterday for quite the hike. I covered 17.45 kms (over 10 miles), from the east end of Toronto way out to the west end and back. My buddy Mauro (one of the best street photographers I know) came with me. It’s funny, all through the walk I didn’t feel I was getting much, but last night as I edited the shots I was pleasantly surprised to find I had gotten more keepers than I was anticipating. This is one of my favourites of the day. I saw the guy sitting on the bench far off and noticed the tree shadow seemed to lead you to him nicely. I’m quite happy with it, I must say. If I ever do another show, I’ll include this one for sure. Hope you like it and happy Sunday. Oh, and the park isn’t actually named Shadow Park, I just made that up for the title. It’s on Dufferin between Bloor and College.

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