Monthly Archives: December 2011

Brookfield Place at Night

Brookfield Place in downtown Toronto is a very interesting place for photographers.  While it is difficult to capture the true essence of the complex because of its size, I love shooting here because I never need worry about capturing the … Continue reading

Posted in Urban Toronto

Singin’ for Supper

I was walking along the Danforth  near the Chester subway stop and came upon this gentleman singing for change.  Despite it being Christmas time, he refused to go “seasonal”-his words, not mine.   Instead, he was brightening  up the neighborhood … Continue reading

Posted in Black & White, Urban Toronto

Capt’n Jack Sparrow is in Town

I came upon this rather ghostly scene at one of the marinas in downtown Toronto.  It reminded me of something out of a Pirates of the Caribbean movie.  Except, of course, this was on Lake Ontario, in the 21st century, … Continue reading

Posted in Urban Toronto

And They’re Off!!

I was walking through the Eaton Centre in downtown Toronto in early December and I noticed some children looking up, staring and pointing at something. One asked the other “where’s Santa” ?  I followed their gaze upwards and couldn’t resist … Continue reading

Posted in Black & White, Urban Toronto

Cold & Damp

Not everyone likes winter.  While I don’t normally care for pigeons, I couldn’t resist this one who seems to be braving the elements with a bit of attitude.  Besides, it didn’t crap on me.  Bonus!!

Posted in Black & White, Urban Toronto, Wildlife

The Other Side of Christmas

I met “Frank” downtown the other day.  He told me that he is both homeless and addicted to both drugs and alcohol. Over a cup of coffee and cigarettes, he told me of  his downward spiral and could not see … Continue reading

Posted in Black & White, Homeless, Urban Toronto

Shopping for that Special Someone???

Ahhh …..Christmas shopping.  A nightmare for most members of the male species.  I took this shot at the Xmas window display of  The Bay in the Eaton Centre.  As the song says, Diamonds are a Girls’ Best Friend…or so  Marylin … Continue reading

Posted in Black & White, Urban Toronto

A Downtown Stroll

I went for a stroll downtown with a dear friend who is a very talented photographer.  It was a delightful evening and I found myself  learning to see shots that I would normally miss.  This shot is a reflection of  … Continue reading

Posted in Black & White, Urban Toronto