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I shot this just a couple of weekends back during a day long walkabout with a buddy of mine. We worked the scene awhile as the sun set on Queen West until I got luck and caught this. Hope you … Continue reading
For those who don’t know Toronto, you likely won’t know about Honest Ed’s. It was like Toronto’s first big dollar store and it’s been around forever. Sadly, it’s closed shop for good now and a major condo and commercial development … Continue reading
I shot this last March during an outing. I was attracted to the play of light and shadow here. The cyclist and people waiting on the stop light add to it, I think. I also like the lack of cars … Continue reading
Here’s another shot from my walkabout around the grounds of the Aga Khan Museum in Toronto. When I noticed the play of light and shadow and the leading lines, I simply parked myself and waited for a single person to … Continue reading
This one turned out pretty nice. I shot it back in June during my vacation. I was attracted by how the light was reflecting off those windows. I just parked myself on the corner and waited for a cyclist to … Continue reading
I like taking photos of things and places that are in a state of flux. I’ve driven past this place for years and it’s always been a mechanic’s garage. Across the street has always been a big bowling alley (O’Connor … Continue reading
I snapped this one a week back. Took a bunch of shots to finally get one or two I liked. I was outside the Ryerson School of Imagine not far from Dundas Square. I also got out yesterday to the … Continue reading