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We had our annual Redpath Sugar Waterfront Festival this Canada Day weekend. Based on the huge turnout I’m guessing it was quite a success. Our ever wasteful Liberal government flushed $120K of taxpayers’ money down the toilet on a six … Continue reading
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
This is Jasmine and Tiffany from our photo walks group. They came out on Friday for a somewhat impromptu walkabout through Cabbagetown, organized by my friend Michael. At this point we’d stopped for a little rest at the Riverdale farm. … Continue reading
I shot this more than a month back during a bad storm here in Toronto. Seemed to work well in colour, thanks to the woman in the red coat. Hopefully we won’t be seeing any more major storms, now than … Continue reading
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
This is the St. James Church on Church Street at King Street in Toronto. The parish here dates back to 1797. It’s one of Toronto’s most beautiful structures. I shot this a month or so back during one of my … Continue reading
So I got out yesterday for quite the hike. I covered 17.45 kms (over 10 miles), from the east end of Toronto way out to the west end and back. My buddy Mauro (one of the best street photographers I … Continue reading