Monthly Archives: January 2011

Rally in Support of Egypt

Over the past few days I have been watching the events in Egypt unfold with great interest and I am struck by the courage of these people. A rally in support of the Egyptian people was held yesterday at Yonge Dundas Square.  I spent some time photographing over there and speaking with the people involved. Above are some of the images of the day….

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Sometimes When You Have To – You Have To.

My creative juices and itching trigger finger got the best of me last night. Regardless of the -20 thermometer reading I grabbed an old 17mm lens, mated it to a greying canon camera body, cranked up the ISO, and wandered the snowy streets in my pocket of downtown Toronto.

It’s always a fun exercise to limit myself to a combination of one camera and one lens – it forces me to think and see in different ways, and despite the frigid temperatures last night I had a blast.  I’ll post more images in a subsequent entry.

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