Category Archives: Dundas Square, Toronto

Pandemic City

Here’s a second slideshow featuring Toronto during the covid 19 (coronavirus) lockdown. There are still many people out and about but everyone seems to be doing a pretty good job of social distancing, except in the grocery stores where it’s … Continue reading

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City on lockdown

I decided to begin a documentary photography project to showcase what’s going on in Canada’s biggest city right now. Like many places around the globe, we’re in a virtual lockdown. Pretty much everything’s closed, in an effort to “flatten the … Continue reading

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My latest street photography article

So today Petapixel Magazine (an online photography magazine) published my second article, Street Photography: Risk and Reward. Give it a read and let me know what you think. Or better yet, give it a read and if you like it, … Continue reading

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And did it ever snow…

Had a pretty good snow storm yesterday. Didn’t get nearly as much of it as they’d predicted but it was still a good ol’ winter blast from mother nature. Made for a good day to get out there with the … Continue reading

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Brinks

It’s always heartbreaking to see anyone who has run out of options in life and ends up on the street. The juxtaposition of a Brinks truck likely filled with cash parked behind a street person who is simply trying to … Continue reading

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Summer fun

Here are some random street photos from this past summer. All in all I have to say, I had a great summer. Hope you did, too.

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Wake up sleepy leg

Had a fun day downtown yesterday. Walked all day and then went drinking with my friend Andrea. We then walked from Dundas Square to High Park, where she lives. I hopped the bus home and didn’t end up getting to … Continue reading

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Legs

Shot this at Dundas Square Saturday afternoon. Seemed odd to see a tourist bus with a poster of legs on it, and buddy sitting there with one missing. In street photography we call that “juxta” (short for juxtaposition). Hope you … Continue reading

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