Toronto Photo Blog
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Plenty of snow fell today, and in the midst of it all I hopped on my old hybrid with the snow tires and went for a 15 km ride.
The first of the three Cherry Street bridges is now in service, and I took my first ride on it today. Construction crews are revitalizing around 400 acres of land and creating 100 new acres of parks. Here's a shot of the other two bridges, which should be in place
As part of Doors Open Toronto 2022, I rode my bike to the R.C. Harris Water Treatment Plant yesterday to check it out. The Wikipedia page will tell you some of the films and shows to feature this facility, but it's not an exhaustive list. Here's what's listed there
On Friday night, I biked over to Massey Hall to see Bruce Cockburn. Wonderful show! On my way home that night, I stopped at Berczy Park to see it lit up in the clear night sky.
Yesterday, I planned a ride to Yonge and Bloor to pick something up for my wife. It was one of those "-29 with the wind chill" days, and my intent was to bike the Waterfront Trail east to Yonge. The round trip would have been about 35KM. By the time
Lately I've been taking pictures of my bicycle at various spots along my cycling route as I bike Toronto (and Mississauga!). Today, FOTM Michael Lange suggested I bike to the CNE Bandshell and take a shot there. Perfect! On my way to the CNE grounds, I decided to visit the
A sign warning people about Covid-19 is surrounded by flames during the Hennessey fire near Lake Berryessa in Napa, California on August 18, 2020. - As of the late hours of August 18, the Hennessey fire has merged with at least 7 fires and is now called the LNU Lightning
A little over five years ago, Roots Canada put me in a Father's Day ad campaign. They sent over a professional photographer and crew, and took a bunch of pictures of my 3rd born and me. For the shoot, they brought a Roots shirt for me to wear. I just
I've been driving a new Buick Enclave for the past couple of weeks, and since it's heading back to Oshawa tomorrow, we thought we'd take a road trip to Cambridge, Ontario. We picked Cambridge so the little ones could walk amongst the butterflies at the Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory, and we
I took my youngest two kids to see Splash'N Boots yesterday at the Al Green Theatre. They thoroughly enjoyed the show and afterwards we were patiently waiting for the meet and greet with Splash and Boots. That's when a 3-year old decided to pull the fire alarm. I witnessed the
My oldest daughter turned 13 today. She wanted to start the day before dawn with a short ride to the waterfront to watch the sun rise. We got up at 5:30 am and watched the sun come up. It was spectacular, and I took some great pics. Here's a