Tag Archives: Religion

The end is near

I take all sorts of photography; portraits, architecture, street, landscape, whatever draws my interest. But the one type of composition that really tickles my fancy is that which includes an interesting grouping of people. Why? Because I find such photos … Continue reading

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Marching on Spadina

There was a big march through Chinatown a couple of weeks back in support of Falun Gong, which if memory serves me is a practice very much frowned upon by the Chinese government. I thought this group of ladies were … Continue reading

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Happy Good Friday

These two religious groups share the corner at Yonge & Dundas almost every weekend. They are very dedicated to their respective causes. Now, with what’s going on in the world today, you might think that the Islamic guys are the … Continue reading

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Burka on Yonge St.

I have to admit, I sorta felt bad about photographing this woman. I did it surreptitiously but I suspect she knew I was photographing her. I know there’s a lot of controversy about the burka but since some of my … Continue reading

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