Category Archives: Winter Photography

Before Covid

I snapped this back in early January during a winter storm. I think at that point we were hearing rumours of a virus out of China, but not in a million years would I have guessed what was in store … Continue reading

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What?

Had a fun day downtown today. Caught this little fella waiting on his owner. I had to call him to get him to turn my way. Worked out just how I was hoping. Tomorrow’s supposed to be like the best … Continue reading

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Best ‘Sage

Shot this ten days back. I was drawn to the nice light, and dialed it up further in post. They make some fine street dogs, although I rarely eat that stuff anymore.

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Red & White & Black

Got out all weekend shooting again. Gosh I must have walked like 20 kms. Today we had some nice fluffy snowflakes, although by the time I made this image it was pretty much a rain event. I laughed when I … 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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Trippy

Shot this today outside the Apple Store in Toronto’s Eaton Centre. Played around with the shapes for a while until I came up with this idea. Then I had to wait to get a single person inside the box. In … Continue reading

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The Hand

Got in shit from the girl beside me on the bus for taking this shot. She was maybe 21 yrs old and not the subject of this photo. “You should really ask permissions to take people’s photographs, you know.” I … 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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