Susan's Blog

Las Vegas

I LOVE Las Vegas. The sights, the sounds, the architecture and design. The people watching. The strip is a strange little bubble unlike anywhere else in the US. The perfect getaway from Toronto’s grey winter, and for me to take … Read More

Bloor-Yorkville Icefest 2013

Ice sculptures on display at the Bloor-Yorkville Icefest during the weekend of Feb. 23, 2013 in Village of Yorkville Park (Bellair St. & Cumberland St.)… Read More

Gehry’s AGO

I finally made it down to the AGO this month to see the new architectural details added by architect Frank Gehry from the inside. Then I went back again to capture the rear facade during the daytime. The sky was … Read More

Nuit Blanche 2012

Wow, it took me a long time to get around to getting this post up. Anyway, better late than never. Nuit Blanche is an annual event that transforms the city into an interactive art gallery all nightlong. I hit the … Read More

The Eines at Eton House

Our friends the Eines played at the Eton House on Friday night and I had fun photographing the event. Here are some of the best shots from the evening. Black & White:   Colour Shots: And some of our friends … Read More

Watershed Abstracts

This is Watershed Conscientiousness, a living map of the city of Toronto and the rivers that flow through it, on display at the Toronto Evergreen Brick Works. This living piece of horticultural artwork holds endless possibilities for interesting photographs. I … Read More

Street Pianos Toronto 2012 – Play Me, I’m Yours

Street Pianos, a project by British artist Luke Jerram, came to Toronto this July and I tracked down 26 of the 41 that were placed around the GTA. Each represents one of the countries participating in the TORONTO 2015 Pan-Am Games … Read More

Toronto Zoo

A trip to the zoo on a hot summer day meant lots of animals sleeping and/or hiding out of sight in whatever shaded areas they can find. Still managed to get some good shots though.

Doors Open Toronto 2012

Took the opportunity to get some unusual vistas of the city this weekend during Doors Open Toronto which highlights architecturally, historically, culturally and socially significant buildings around the city. Had intended to join the guided tour with journalist and photographer … Read More

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