Inside Osgoode Hall in Toronto, during the Doors Open event.
Lake devils are a type of fog that funnels off of Lake Ontario when the temperature drops to minus 20 or below.
The Glen Stewart Ravine in the Beaches. Well known to any Williamson Roader, who went to Malvern.
Located in Marysville, Victoria, Australia, these photos were taken in July 2006, before the great fire of 2009 which destroyed many of the beautiful and unique sculptures.
The Sugar Boat from Brazil, unloading it’s cargo at the Redpath Refinery on Toronto’s waterfront.
Photography from the Toronto Islands
Humber Bay Park, at the mouth of the Mimico Creek in Etobicoke.
Alexander Muir Gardens are on Yonge Street, just south of Lawrence. They act as a gateway to the ravine system of eastern Toronto.
The R.C. Harris Water Filtration Plant is usually off limits. Once a year, for Doors Open Toronto, they let people (and photographers) in to see the iconic, art deco building from the inside.
Hand-held photos of Australian flowers