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There’s something attractive about laundromats. I know you don’t often see photos of them from me, but I do shoot them all the time. Problem is, I’m never happy enough with the shot to share it. But I keep trying. … Continue reading
There’s an old mental health hospital on Queen St W. I was walking the grounds and along the back end there’s this wall that divides the hospital grounds from a new mini subdivision. Something about it caught my eye. I … Continue reading
A friend of mine gave me a tour of his offices, located in the heart of Toronto’s financial district. Pretty sweet view from the 37th floor. Unfortunately I picked up some reflections from shooting through the windows.
This guy was TALL. Like, maybe over 6 ft, 6 inches. You can sort of get a sense of his height by the woman to the left there. Anyway, I’ve taken a similar shot before but I think I like … Continue reading
Okay, so I made up the title. This little girl was having such a fantastic time playing in the fountain and running back and forth to her mom. You could really tell how much she loved and respected her mother. … Continue reading
This is actually a large sculpture in front of a new condo development on Richmond. I can’t recall the cross street but it’s just a couple of lights east of Spadina. I think the colours really go together well. I … Continue reading
Something about this shot really appeals to me. I snapped this early one Saturday morning on Yonge Street. Later in the morning it would have been next to impossible to get this, with no people or cars cluttering up the … Continue reading