Tag Archives: Photo Art

These are all from the archives, as I slowly re-edit old photos to rid them of the garish editing I used to employ back in the day. Still unsure which will make my upcoming colour street photography book. If you … Continue reading

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Two selfies and two colour street shots

The first and third images are selfies. In the first, my buddy and I were standing across the street from the AGO (Art Gallery of Ontario) and you can see us reflected in the windows up high. The third image … Continue reading

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Shots from my walkabout through downtown Toronto last weekend

Well it looks like spring’s closer than ever. The weather’s been slowly getting more comfortable and I’ve even had a few opportunities to sit outside in my local park to read, which is nice. Usually during the winter months I’ll … Continue reading

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From Regent Park to Kensington Market

Here are some more of my recent colour images from around downtown Toronto. The first image I made only this afternoon. Thought I better get it before the big snowfall heading our way tomorrow. I’ve been waiting for a sunny … Continue reading

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Welcome to 2021!

Happy New Year, everyone… Here are a few colour street photos from the past couple of weeks. I didn’t get up to much over the holidays, other than getting out for long walks almost daily. My weekday walks are mostly … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas!

Here’s wishing you all a very Merry Christmas with your families. Stay safe! Me, I’ll be heading downtown shortly for my annual Christmas walkabout with the camera. We had a bit of snow overnight so it should be fun.

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Recent colour images from the past month

Hope you all had a lovely weekend. It was pretty chilly here in Toronto but thankfully no precipitation. Got out both days with my camera and got a couple of keepers along the way. If you wish to see my … Continue reading

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City in Colour

Been a while since I last posted. Frankly, the WordPress interface is so cumbersome and buggy nowadays I find it tedious to use. It’s a shame they effed it up over the years. Whoever they have doing their UX and … Continue reading

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