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We had our annual Redpath Sugar Waterfront Festival this Canada Day weekend. Based on the huge turnout I’m guessing it was quite a success. Our ever wasteful Liberal government flushed $120K of taxpayers’ money down the toilet on a six … Continue reading
I shot this ship docked at Sugar Beach a week back unloading sugar, no doubt, to the Redpath plant next to it. As I crossed the street to set up the shot, I saw these two girls with umbrellas ahead … Continue reading
For me this was all about the lines. I only wish someone had been crossing the street. I’m dog tired today. Slept only around 3 hours last night. I did manage to sleep in my truck at lunch for about … Continue reading
Boy that sure was a lovely day. Who could have imagined it was going to be sooo nice out. This was taken back on January 7th at Sugar Beach, in Toronto. That big dark building in the background is Redpath … Continue reading
I called it sweet because this is actually a shot of the Redpath Sugar processing plant down on the harbourfront. I had to hold my camera well over my head and shoot blind to clear a 6 1/2 foot chainlink … Continue reading
These tracks run along side the Redpath Sugar plant down at Toront’s harbour front. Some might find the blown sky objectionable, but it was the look I was going for.