Monthly Archives: March 2021

Two selfies and two colour street shots

The first and third images are selfies. In the first, my buddy and I were standing across the street from the AGO (Art Gallery of Ontario) and you can see us reflected in the windows up high. The third image … Continue reading

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Shots from my walkabout through downtown Toronto last weekend

Well it looks like spring’s closer than ever. The weather’s been slowly getting more comfortable and I’ve even had a few opportunities to sit outside in my local park to read, which is nice. Usually during the winter months I’ll … Continue reading

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Toronto Streets, in Colour

Back to some colour street work. The above four images are recent. I typically refrain from shooting people from behind, but with the first image I was drawn to the little teddy hanging from her backpack. Hope you like them. … Continue reading

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