Monthly Archives: October 2012

The time I spent in Hong Kong was grey, the vibrant city dulled by fog and muted views. I fell asleep on the ferry on the way to Tai O a fishing village off the main island. I slipped into a slight unconscious curled up on the bench holding my camera tightly. Empty coffee cups […]

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  Weddings are often full of games and the winner of this one was lucky enough to take home a ridiculous picture of a naked groomsmen. The reactions are priceless.    

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Wedding Albums.   There is something to be said for tangibility.   There is something to be said for having something concrete that you can hold in your hands, that can be passed around at a family dinner. Photographs bring people together, but on a screen as beautiful as they are they are skimmed through […]

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“We must be free not because we claim freedom, but because we practice it.” – William Falkner

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I’m often dis-enchanted by Southern Ontario; where I live, where I grew up. I spend most of my time daydreaming about far off destinations, but Thanksgiving this year brought me back home. Driving to MacTier, Barrie, Aurora, Etobicoke and finally back to Guelph, I had The Lumineers blaring through my car’s sound system. The colour […]

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