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This is one of those very lucky shots. I was just setting up for it, assuming I’d have to wait a while before the right person walked through the shot, when suddenly this cyclist comes along. I barely had time … Continue reading
I thought this was a funny scene. The statue on the bench beside the pregnant lady looks like he just found out he’s going to be a daddy. And the poster to the left seems to be questioning the possibility … Continue reading
I shot this in September at the end of my week’s vacation. It’s at St John’s Cemetery at Kingston Rd & Woodbine Ave in the east end of Toronto. I didn’t really get any decent shots that morning, just wasn’t … Continue reading
My title for this photo is based on my opinion that this guy looks a little worried about something. I took this some time back, not sure when. Anyway, looks like it’s going to be a very steamy long weekend … Continue reading
This art installation is located in the heart of the financial district here in Toronto. It’s surrounded by a number of Toronto’s tallest skyscrapers. I suppose that makes it rather ironic, although I’m sure the sculptor had a different reason … Continue reading
These were actually Buddha statues for sale at a garden centre out in the west end. They seems to be pretty happy, considering they’re chained to a fence. Maybe they’re protesting something or another? Anyway, hope you like it. And … Continue reading
Here’s another one from yesterday, taken at Ireland Park down on the waterfront. The title is based on what I think he looks like he’s thinking. He seems pretty worried about something. I got right up close with my camera … Continue reading