Blue Hour and a Waterscape at the Toronto Islands on July 3rd, 2022.

Digital, 2022.

Blue hour as seen from the ferry leaving the Toronto Islands. Taken on a summer evening in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Look closely at the first image. Can you see the crowds of people waiting in line to get on the ferry?

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Canada Day Fireworks on July 2nd, 2022.

Digital, 2022.

Fireworks taken from a local park. I ended up combining most the bursts I got into one spectacular image but I liked the way the first and last images looked on their own. I particularly liked how the last photo looked like a haunting palm tree due to the breeze at the time and a long exposure.

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Birds and Summer Scenes by the Lake on July 2nd, 2022.

Digital, 2022.

Canada geese and swans by the lake. That one Canada goose was very adamant about keeping other geese away from his family. I thought it was very commendable. Meanwhile, the swan family was lounging around and I captured a picturesque photo of them through the flowers.

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Canada Day Fireworks over the Toronto Skyline on July 1st, 2022.

Digital, 2022.

We went to Riverdale Park in Toronto to try and get a glimpse of some Canada Day fireworks. I ended up taking multiple photos but since each only contained one cluster, I decided to merge them all into one photo via Photoshop. I’m really happy with the end result!

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