Monthly Archives: April 2020

AGO (Art Gallery of Ontario)

This is one of the most beautiful buildings in Toronto. However, because of traffic and parked cars it’s next to impossible to get a clean shot of it. It’s also huge. The glass facade is over twice the length than … Continue reading

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Streetcar

Shot this three weeks back. He’d stopped for the lights at Queen & Yonge and I was crossing in front of him. I just dropped low and snapped off the shot really quickly. I’d planned on converting it to b/w … Continue reading

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Good Food from Italy

I saw this patio and liked the colours, but probably would have passed on taking the photo until I happened to noticed the girl sitting in the apartment window above the establishment. She was far easier to see in real … Continue reading

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City without people

When your favourite ingredient (people) is no longer available you have to find new ways to make street photography. With some of these images I was sort of trying to channel my inner Stephen Shore. Here’s an online description of … Continue reading

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Life, now in 3D

This is actually a shower certain in a storefront window. I wasn’t really expecting the reflections would work out so well, to be honest. I think this would make a neat poster. Anyway, hope you like it. Stay safe.

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The Covid-19 Project – City Asleep

So I’ve been getting out and documenting what’s going on in our city during this pandemic. I’ve already posted a couple of b/w slideshows but today I thought I’d show you some of my colour work. When I’m done I’ll … Continue reading

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