Category Archives: Architecture Photography

Foot bridge on Queen

Over the summer they replaced the foot bridge that spans Queen Street and links Toronto’s famous Eaton Centre with The Hudson’s Bay department store. I took some shots of Queen while the bridge was down and some shots when the … Continue reading

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The Wall

There’s an old mental health hospital on Queen St W. I was walking the grounds and along the back end there’s this wall that divides the hospital grounds from a new mini subdivision. Something about it caught my eye. I … Continue reading

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37 stories

A friend of mine gave me a tour of his offices, located in the heart of Toronto’s financial district. Pretty sweet view from the 37th floor. Unfortunately I picked up some reflections from shooting through the windows.

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Holy Giant Gulls

Sorta looks like the seagulls are HUGE, doesn’t it. Not really street photography but it’s a fun shot. I snapped this a while back when the weather was a tad cooler.

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Meet Kenzie

For a little change I thought today I’d share my new (well, relatively new) camera, Kenzie. My big Canon 5D is named Wilson, after the ball in the Tom Hanks movie, Cast Away. Kenzie is named after Kensington Market, which … Continue reading

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Honest Ed

For those who don’t know Toronto, you likely won’t know about Honest Ed’s. It was like Toronto’s first big dollar store and it’s been around forever. Sadly, it’s closed shop for good now and a major condo and commercial development … Continue reading

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42 windows, 2 doors

Here’s a shot from my walkabout downtown on Christmas day. Not many people out and about. Had the 23mm f2 (35mm eq.) on my Fuji X Pro 2 that day. I’m slowly getting used to that focal length. All in … Continue reading

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Toronto Old City Hall

I snapped this back in early August. Bay street was closed for some weekend construction work, which allowed me the opportunity to stand far enough back to get the entire building in the shot. They sure don’t build them like … Continue reading

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