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Human Backpack

I shot this about 10 days back and in doing so broke one of my personal rules (as opposed to one of the rules of composition). That is, don’t shoot people from behind without a very good reason. Why not, … Continue reading

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Keep the kid dry

I shot this near the end of November on a rainy Saturday walkabout through Chinatown. I saw this little child in the covered stroller and thought it was the cutest thing. They passed me so I had to sort of … Continue reading

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Rainy Saturday Cyclist

Got out for a walk in the rain today. Threw on my wide angle prime, the Fuji 14/2.8. Nice lens but man it’s slow at AF. And it misses entirely at times. Fortunately this shot came out as planned. Hope … Continue reading

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New subways to Vaughan

North of Toronto there’s a city called Vaughan. Recently Toronto finished a multi-year project to build three new subway stops to Vaughan, and my friends and I took a trip up there Saturday to check them out. They are literally … Continue reading

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Bridge over Queen

I snapped this one from the walkway that connects the Eaton Centre to The Hudson’s Bay store a couple of weeks back. Not much to add. Hope you like it.

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Dressed for success

Got out today and man was it COLD out there. Fortunately I know how to bundle up for it so really it was only my hands that were feeling it. Anyway, came across this lovely little pooch. Took a few … Continue reading

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Girl walks into a bar…

I shot this back in mid February during a particularly warm walkabout in downtown Toronto. This is way out on Queen West at a place I often drop into for a pint when I’m walking out that way. I shot … Continue reading

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Street portraits

I ran into this guy on Yonge Street. What a character. Talked non stop a mile a minute. Derek’s his name. Nice enough guy and he knows how to work it as a model. Just got lucky running into him.

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