Category Archives: Cabbagetown

From the archives

So I’ve been busy going through my archives on the hunt for images that might make the cut for my upcoming (I hope, by Black Friday this year) colour street photography book. Problem is, back when I made these images … Continue reading

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A dog and his shadow

This one dates back to early September, 2017. I don’t recall where I was but I think it’s from a neighbourhood in Toronto called Cabbagetown. Back then I lived in the suburbs of Scarborough about 20 minutes away by car. … Continue reading

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