Another one from the archives, a frame within a frame. We're looking at rodeo hands getting ready for the next bull ride, 8 seconds of furious action as the rider attempts to cling onto the bull and then not get stomped when he, inevitably, has to get off (voluntarily or otherwise).
Once upon a time when there used to be offices, I would often travel from my home base in Toronto to Montreal, generally staying at the same hotel. I usually asked for an upper floor so I could get the best aspect for the shots I always took while there.
The saddest day of the year is the day I put on the winter tires. Which was yesterday. Because here in Ontario, we all know what's coming next....
Another black and white picture today, taken at a demonstration at Queen's Park in Toronto in 2016, protesting the then Liberal provincial government's proposed cuts to autism funding. Just a moment capturing the pressure that some ordinary people go through every day.
As the scumbag who murdered 10 people on the streets of Toronto goes to trial, these pictures were taken a week later at the memorial site where people had laid flowers, toys and messages. I took it in black and white to remove the distraction of the colours.
This is an image taken in a local conservation area, slowing the shutter so that a flowing river becomes a torrent of water, wearing down the rock that sits in the middle of the deluge. A 5 second exposure at f5.6 using an ND filter.
This image was taken some time ago in winter. It seemed like a perfect candidate for a white border; sometimes photographs are enhanced by the defining border but other times it doesn't work. This time I think it did, but feel free to comment.