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The Queen West Art Crawl 🎨 (QWAC) is a charitable organization designed to celebrate and promote the art, culture and diversity of Queen West in Toronto🎭
📅 Sept 21 and 22
📍 Trinity-Bellwoods Park
The Community Harvest Festival is happening tomorrow! 🍎 Come out to Market Street for an all-day festival with a variety of food from St. Lawrence Market merchants and live entertainment. Admission is free! .
📅 Sept 21 10am - 5pm
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14 80020 September, 2019
Health care. Environment. Impact of aging population. Immigration. Not what #elxn43 has been about. Instead, a bunch of schoolyard antics & no party has clean hands (Although the conservatives have been exceptional at it)
When a place gets crowded enough to require ID's, social collapse is not far away. It is time to go elsewhere. The best thing about space travel is that it made it possible to go elsewhere. — Robert A. Heinlein
It’s the Shellfish Festival this weekend. I can’t wait to take in the music, competition and of course the seafood. Last year was my first time attending and I loved it. My favourite part was watching how insanely fast people can shuck oysters and taking in the chef competitions. If you are into shows like top chef you will love getting to watch these guys compete live.
Hope to see you there 🦞🌊🦀
Caption by @jorden - When I got in touch with @ecosummerexpeditions about their Orca Base Camp trips, not in my wildest dreams did I think I’d be surrounded by a super pod of Killer Whales in the Johnstone Strait. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Photography has been a passion that turned into an avenue of work for me and it’s crazy to think, because six years ago when I was given my first DSLR, I didn’t even know how to use it. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
To have this opportunity to work as a photographer for an ecotourism company and kayak with Orcas is something I’ll never forget! - #🙏
15 82619 September, 2019
Never go on trips with anyone you do not love. — Ernest Hemingway
5 long nights, 4 successful viewings, dozens of locations and over 2000 shots taken. Couldn’t have asked for better conditions and couldn’t have predicted (that far in advance) that we would be here during the geomagnetic storm. Capturing it on camera is one thing because I already knew the sensor picks up way more data than our eyes from years of shooting the Milky Way, but seeing the colors and the movement with my own eyes was something completely mind blowing. From wave like movements, to pickets/curtains spiking up and down, it’s just unreal to see. This is the location I wanted to get the aurora over the most. I took a vertical timelapse as the colors danced above the falls before the clouds rolled in. The strong glow lit up the landscape in an eerie tone comparable to a crescent moon. I’ll post many more aurora shapes from this location as well as a timelapse down the road. For now, I hope you enjoy this one. Nikon D750, Nikkor 14-24, f/2.8, 3 sec, ISO-3200
My aurora gallery is now live on my website. I’ve been working hard on the edits over the past 2 weeks. They will all eventually be posted here but if you want a sneak peak you can check the link to my site in my bio. I’ll be adding more as they get edited. Here’s a single from our first night out. We went chasing that green, but got some of that purple as well. The orange sunset glow to the western horizon capped off the trio of colors. Nikon D750, Nikkor 14-24, f/2.8, 10 sec, ISO-6400
The main reason I wanted to hit the summer aurora instead of winter….reflection heaven. There is no shortage of lakes on the Ingraham trail and on this night we found lakes on both sides of the road so we were hopping back and forth as the aurora danced through the night. Oh and not to mention that it was 40 degrees, not -40 like the wintertime. I’m working hard on my aurora gallery, should have it up in a week or so. I expect to have around 25 pictures in the gallery from this single trip. For now, here’s a single exposure of double the aurora and double the fun. Nikon D750, Nikkor 14-24, f/2.8, 4 sec, ISO-4000