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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
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 during my June vacation. I was out on a walk with a friend of mine and we meandered down to the harbour front. That day I was sporting my wide angle 16-35mm lens. It’s a ton of … Continue reading
I shot this during the Canada Day weekend, when the tall ships came to town. They’re pretty amazing to see. I imagine this must be a huge treat for the kiddies. If I had young kids I would have taken … Continue reading
I shot this back in February during a walk along the Toronto Beaches with the photo walks group. I recall it being remarkably warm that day, for February. The clouds were great. Every now and then the sun would poke … Continue reading
I shot this back in the middle of March. I recall it was a beautiful day and I’d gone down to Sugar Beach and also walked the Toronto harbour front. I got lucky here in that the roads are usually … Continue reading
Here’s another shot with the Fuji X Pro 2. I shot on Friday in jpeg and on Sunday in Raw and you can definitely notice a difference with the Raw files. This one’s from my Friday outing, taken at Steam … Continue reading