Dusk from the top of Haleakalā in Maui

Dusk from the top of Haleakalā in Maui

Does thing even work anymore? Inspired by my good friend Adam Masterton Photography, I’m going to be sharing “new” photographs every couple of days from my archives. Starting with this one. This is from the very top of the Haleakalā volcano in Maui, where back in 2017 we spent the …

A long exposure of a toronto subway tunnel from a moving train

Toronto Subway Tunnel at the Speed of Light

When I first moved to Toronto, I was fascinated with the Subway. I used to make sure I would sit as close to the front car as possible, so that I could look out into the subway tunnels as the train moved from stop to stop. As the years went …

The empire state building seen from the observation deck at the top of the rock at the rockefeller centre in New York City. Taken with a FujiFilm X-Pro1 and a 23mm lens

Manhattan from the Top of The Rock

Taken in mid December, just before Christmas from the Top of the Rock with my FujiFilm X-Pro1 and the 23mm. Many people go to the Empire State Building, to take on the sights of Manhattan, but here’s the thing. The view is mostly obstructed with heavy bars, and you need …

A photograph of Toronto's Gooderham Building, the flat Iron

Toronto’s Gooderham Building

I took this photo back in 2012 during the winter season. I remember this morning being one of those typical Canadian winter mornings, where its so damn cold that your snot freezes, but man was it a beautiful morning. I had just finished having lunch at the George Street Dinner, when …

a fallen tree at cathedral cove in british columbia, canada

Sitting on a tree at Cathedral Cove, British Columbia

A few months before we moved to Amsterdam, we took a short trip to beautiful British Columbia. The highlight of the trip, was our drive across Victoria Island. It is something that you should try and experience one day for many reasons, but in particular to visit Cathedral Cove. Cathedral …

Lake ontario sunrise from the leslie spit in toronto

Lake Ontario Sunrise from the Leslie Spit

One from the archives today. I spent many mornings a while back alone or with my friend Mike at the Leslie Spit, most often on brutally cold mornings. While we weren’t always successful in coming back with great images, it was still fun. Missing Toronto. Just a bit.

Downtown L.A. Streets

A couple of weeks ago found Sandy and I in California visiting dear friends, and exploring Los Angeles and San Francisco. These are a series of first images I wanted to share with you. Taken on our second day in L.A. we took to the streets of old downtown L.A. …