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Here’s a photo that’s not so street, like not by a long shot. I took it from Toronto’s harbour front a few days back. It was a pretty nice sky. Hope you like it.
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
I took this on another remarkably warm winter day back in early January. This is Captain John’s Restaurant, down at Toronto’s harbour front. The ship has been docked here for decades. There used to be a smaller restaurant boat alongside … Continue reading
Here’s another one from yesterday. I sure got lucky with the light here. It’s funny, the light was okay for most of my time at Cherry Beach but I wouldn’t call it great. Just as I was leaving — I … Continue reading
This photo goes back to warmer weather, like early fall. It was taken on Toronto’s waterfront.