Tag Archives: Winter

And did it ever snow…

Had a pretty good snow storm yesterday. Didn’t get nearly as much of it as they’d predicted but it was still a good ol’ winter blast from mother nature. Made for a good day to get out there with the … Continue reading

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The Hand

Got in shit from the girl beside me on the bus for taking this shot. She was maybe 21 yrs old and not the subject of this photo. “You should really ask permissions to take people’s photographs, you know.” I … Continue reading

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Bad Santa, BAD!

I came across this scene outside The Imperial Pub on Dundas East last night on my way home from shooting the Kensington Market Winter Solstice Parade. Man it was funny. They were having a hoot.

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Toronto’s first real snowstorm

So we got a small dump of snow on Sunday, which didn’t bother me much. But the ice pellets and high winds were pounding my face the whole day out. I still managed to get a couple of shots I … Continue reading

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Hitachi

Saw this backhoe across the street from the AGO a couple of weeks back and used it to frame up the person walking on the south side of Dundas. I think it came out nice. Hope you like it.

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Yesterday’s Snowfall

Got out yesterday for a full day’s walkabout in the snow storm. There was next to no wind and the temps were pretty mild, making it an excellent day for shooting the falling flakes. I was up late last night … Continue reading

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100 University

I like the windows on this building. Makes for some fun reflections. I shot this on a beautiful Saturday a week or so back. Coincidentally, the Canadian head office of the financial firm I used to work at is located … Continue reading

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February in Toronto

I snapped this over the weekend. It was really sunny and the skyscrapers downtown were reflecting the sunshine like crazy. Made for a ton of photo opportunities.

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