Category Archives: Architecture Photography

Urban Landscapes

Got out both days this weekend for a little photo therapy. The above shots are more urban landscapes than pure street photography. Boy, this is absolutely my favourite weather — not too hot and no humidity. Simply, fall jacket weather. … Continue reading

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Streets of Toronto in Colour

Here are some random shots from this year. I’m pretty sure the first one will make my colour street photography book, but no idea about the rest. I have so many images to go through. And I keep finding ones … Continue reading

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Before Covid

I snapped this back in early January during a winter storm. I think at that point we were hearing rumours of a virus out of China, but not in a million years would I have guessed what was in store … Continue reading

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Big Crane Falls Over

A big crane came crashing down onto the street just doors south of where I live. I was out at the time but when I arrived back home I came upon the aftermath. Rush in and grabbed the camera to … Continue reading

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Winners

Shot this back in late May at the height of the pandemic. The reflection from the windows on the office tower across the street bathe this building in beautiful late day sunlight. I often find myself shooting this building when … Continue reading

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Bright Spot

Shot this one back in the first day of 2017. Funny how much my life’s changed since then. Back then I was working full time in financial services for a multinational out of Australia. I didn’t hate the job, although … Continue reading

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Royal Alex Theatre

This is one of Toronto’s most famous theatres. Built in 1907, the 1,244-seat Royal Alex is the oldest continuously operating legitimate theatre in North America. I’ve never been inside, but I hear it’s beautiful. The current show, Come From Away, … Continue reading

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Things are looking up

I don’t usually shoot a lot of skyscraper shots like this (what I call urban landscapes, or perhaps architecture) but with so few people out and about I’m having a hard time focusing on street photography alone. This pandemic and … Continue reading

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