Downtown Walkabout: Toronto Photography

A recent walkabout on a warm summer’s evening.

The iconic CN Tower:

Closer Shot of CN Tower in the South

Yonge & Dundas:

Yonge and Dundas Intersection from Above Collage

Bicyclists enjoying the evening:

Bike Riders Downtown Toronto

Old CIty Hall, Winston Churchill & a Seagull, Osgoode Hall:


Taxi Cabs throughout the downtown core:

Taxis Downtown Toronto

CN Tower, Roy Thomson Hall and TTC Streetcars:

CN Tower TTC Streetcar Collage

More of the CN Tower:

CN Tower Collage

Cloud Gardens in downtown Toronto:

Cloud Gardens Collage

Looking North on Bay Street towards Old City Hall:

Bay Street Looking North to Old City Hall

Financial District:

City Scenes Collage

And, last but not least, some flora:

City Hall Purple Flowers2

Flowers x2

(Equipment used: Canon EOS-1D MarkIV (new version of this camera is the Canon EOS-1D X Digital), Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM Autofocus Lens)

The D-Family: Toronto Family Photography

A few favourites from a recent family shoot. What a beautiful family! We started at the kids school yard playground, moved to the belt line for some photos, and then finished with ice cream, fun, fun, fun!

The whole family:

Douglas 57

Brother and sister, adorable!

Douglas 22

Mom and dad:

Douglas 108 Edit

Love these moments I captured:

D family collage

D family collage2

(Equipment used: Canon EOS-1D MarkIV (new version of this camera is the Canon EOS-1D X Digital), Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM Telephoto Zoom Lens & Canon 24–70 mm f2.8L lens)

And Then There Were Two… : Toronto Pet Photography

Yes, we are now a two cat household as Zoe has moved on to a better place…and is a much happier cat because of it.

She was really stressed living with the two other cats, especially Alice who really seemed to despise her for some reason. So we found her a new home where she is a one and only, and she has settled in beautifully. We hope to be paying a visit to her soon, and I’ll definitely try and capture some photos of her in her new abode.

Here’s a last macro close-up I took of her, going to miss those green eyes of hers:

Close up of Zoe

Love this shot of Finnegan, he looks a little wind blown hanging out under the dining room table. He didn’t seem to miss Zoe at all, but he’s a laid back kinda guy:

Wind blown Finnegan

Alice, on the other hand, was looking around for Zoe at the first meal time after she was gone. She would also come out into the main part of the apartment in the morning looking around for her.

Alice hanging out on arm of sofa

Alice hugging arm of sofa

I actually got Zoe to look at me for a nice shot of her, yea! 🙂

Zoe looking at me from table

We REALLY spoiled her in her last few days with us, letting her lick out food bowls. She was in heaven! She loves her snacks/treats/meal time:

Zoe collage

Alice loves looking out the windows. She seems much more relaxed now that Zoe is gone. I guess it was stressful for her as well:

Alice at rainy window

Alice  Finnegan collage

We could never leave toys out for the cats to play with when Zoe was here, because otherwise we’d be awoken in the middle of the night with Zoe’s insane meowing. She liked to walk around with the toy in her mouth meowing/howling to the world. You can see Alice watching below for me to throw one of her fave toys, which is a white furry ball that makes noise when it moves. Last photo is her curled up underneath a chair ottoman:

Alice collage

(Equipment used: Canon EOS-1D MarkIV (new version of this camera is the Canon EOS-1D X Digital), Canon 100 mm f2.8 macro lensCanon 50 f1.4 lens & Canon 85 f1.2L lens)