Tag Archives: The Distillery District

“What light through yonder window breaks….”

Toronto, Distillery District, Window, Lights, Cobblestone, Collection

“In the right light, at the right time, everything is extraordinary.” — Aaron Rose

A collection of shots I took in the Distillery District, Toronto


The Wedding Walk

I photographed this couple in the Distillery District during a break in their wedding photo proceedings. The rest of the wedding party was seated in a nearby cafe and the birde and groom looked as though they were about to fall asleep. When they were finally allowed to take a break, they headed over to join the rest of their party at the espresso bar.

This photo is featured in Blue Bridesmaids and a White Wedding on my online photography portfolio.

Bride and Groom and Cobblestone

Another shot from my online photography portfolio. This is a bride and groom walking past me after taking their wedding photos in the Distillery District.

Photographed in Toronto, July, 2011


Show Me Some Leg….

I’m back from my Quebec City vacation and can’t wait to post the pics I took there. I’m still sorting through them though, and I have quite a few days of blog posts to make up for, so we’ll start with this one.

This is actually a crop of a larger shot of  a bridesmaid heading away from the wedding photos she was taking part in to have a seat in the public square in the Distillery District. Her expression wasn’t great and she was shielding her face from the sun with her hands so I cropped the shot and thought it worked nicely with the cobblestone road. Also, the collection of legs int he background looking less attractive and glamorous as this one also kind of help accentuate the sexiness of this image (I hope).

This and others from the shoot can be found on my online photography portfolio.