From urban landscapes to green spaces, architecture to street art, no matter what type of photography you’re into, Toronto offers a huge range of options for the shutter enthusiasts. One day you could be in … Continue reading The Best Photography Spots in Toronto
South-east of the city of Antwerp, near the Berchem train station, is an area of townhomes with architecture that’s out of this world. Various architectural styles live side by side including Art Nouveau, Neo-Classicism, Art … Continue reading Photo Essay: The Mini Castles of Antwerp
Ghent is a spectacular city during the day. Between the various areas you can explore (the Historic Centre, Arts Quarter, and Saint Pietersplein to name a few) to the old medieval architecture, museums, and of … Continue reading Photo Essay: Ghent at Night
Every few months or so, one of those internet chain-mail-like challenges gets passed around. You know the ones I’m talking about. Someone posts something on a particular topic, they in turn nominate someone to do the same, and it gets passed on and on and on. About a week ago I was nominated for one of these challenges but this time it was on Instagram and I got really excited. Read more “The Black and White Photo Challenge”
One of the best things about living in Toronto is that the city gets to experience all 4 seasons. They’re fairly even in length, though most Torontonians will likely complain that our winters are too long and our summers are too short. There may be some truth in that.
While I love summer and could easily get used to 20+ degree weather year-round, my favourite season is actually fall. I love the crispness in the air, throwing on a light jacket and scarf, preparing more soups and stews in the kitchen, cocooning myself under my duvet, and going apple picking. But what I look forward to most about fall is the performance mother nature puts on as the trees begin to loose their leaves.
Fall is the most photogenic season. Read more “Photo Essay: Fall in Toronto’s High Park”