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.
I've written before about the power of black and white photography when it comes to conveying emotion. Back in April, on St George's Day in fact, a lunatic in a van ran down people just going about their everyday business on Yonge Street in Toronto. Why he chose that way to express his frustrations maybe… Continue reading Once more with meaning – black and white
#autismdoesntendat5 This week I went along to a rally outside Queen's Park, the Ontario provincial legislature building in Toronto. I was there to support my niece and her husband and family in their struggle against the cruel and callous cuts that the Liberal government are making in the funding for autism programs. Of course I… Continue reading The power of black and white photography – give me colour or give me soul