Yesterday, a friend and I visited Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada, a new privately-run aquarium located beside the CN Tower in Toronto. I have uploaded some of the photos already, with more to come. It’s certainly a spectacle, both in terms of the species on display and the layout of the facility. A big portion consists […]
Taking a break from studying, I got some photos of the results of yesterday’s ice storm. I also have a new mailing list for updates on my photographic work.
I have finished processing and uploading my photos from my cousin Ivanka’s wedding. My brother Mica also made a video about the event.
Yesterday night I took a short break from comp preparation to photograph the latest show of the Clay and Paper Theatre Company: Our Last Best Hope.
Boyce Richardson’s Strangers Devour the Land is not an academic text, but rather a series of personal narratives interspersed with selections of courtroom testimony. The book describes the traditional lifestyle of the Cree of northern Quebec, and the influence the James Bay hydroelectric developments had upon their lives between the inception of the project in […]
A couple of days ago, NASA’s Cassini spacecraft photographed the Earth from behind Saturn.
Last night, Toronto350.org had a firepit social event in Dufferin Grove Park. It was meant to be a recruiting event where curious new people could learn about the group in an environment different from our weekly planning meetings. We will be doing similar things during our fall recruitment drive.
The Clay and Paper Theatre Company’s 2013 Day of Delight
On Sunday, I swung by the street festival on Bloor between Spadina and Bathurst. It was great to see the area closed to traffic and to see so many pedestrians out.
During the week when I was living with my aunt and uncle, I shot a bunch of RAW files around Toronto. Here are the first few I have processed and uploaded: daytime photos of the cherry blossoms in High Park. I will upload some nighttime shots soon, along with some others from that week generally.