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Category Archives: Doors
There’s a lovely park out in the west end of Toronto called Trinity Bellwoods. Well, a week or two back I happened by it and there was this giant yard sale taking place. Everything you could imagine. I strolled around … Continue reading
I shot this at the Toronto Eaton Centre, a large mall in the heart of downtown Toronto. This goes back to April. It’s cropped from the original, due to the fact I was shooting with my 23mm prime on the … Continue reading
This is Filmores. It’s an old strip joint just east of Yonge Street, in Toronto. I’ve posted photos of it before, but this one’s a little different. You see, there used to be a big high rise hotel next door … Continue reading
I already posted a black & white version of this shot, like from a different perspective and angle. This colour version I also like. I think the black & white one will make the book, which means this one won’t. … Continue reading
Sometimes doorways can be interesting. For me, it was something about the shade of blue and the colour of the beige kraft paper that attracted me. Hope you like it.
Obviously I liked the hand holding the cigarette. We don’t know a thing about the person behind it. Not even if it’s a man or woman. Only after I snapped the shot did the person step out into view, breaking … Continue reading
I don’t often shoot doors anymore, but this set was pretty sharp. This is on the little street that runs between Yonge St. & Victoria St. along the south side of Dundas Square. Hope you like it.