Ending January with some crazy cold weather. I’m not even angry about the frigid temperatures when it comes with light like this.
This is what “feels like -32°C” looks like. These shots were all taken at Ashbridge’s Bay in Toronto, Ontario.
Last post before I sign off for a month. I'll be traveling through China. Hopefully I'll come back with lots of photos to share. Until then here are a few selects from a shoot I did with Versa. These guys were absolute troopers getting dressed down in the cold weather. I was wearing my parka in just about all the images that these guys are wearing the white clothes in. Hardcore if you ask me. These guys were a pleasure to work with, and their music is delightful too.
Make sure you check it out their music video which I have conveniently embedded below. vvv
Snagged this shot while waiting for a street car on Queen & Church.
I'm super excited that we are finally getting some winter weather here in Toronto. Lots of snow and temperatures below zero. FINALLY! It makes me feel like I'm back home in Manitoba. I've been shooting more often to enjoy this winter weather. Here are some images from these walk-abouts.
Disclaimer: not all of these images are winter related! I'm mostly using this opportunity to post some images I haven't had a chance to share. ENJOY :)
The weather around Toronto is making this prairie boy feel a little homesick... It's December 10 and I haven't seen any snow around the city, not even a flake! I haven't even had to bust out the winter parka yet. What the heck is even happening? Compared to Manitoba I knew it was going to be a milder climate, but this is madness! According to the weather network I don't need to worry because the cold weather and snow is indeed on it's way, but I just couldn't wait. My lady and I decided to head north to find some of this winter weather. We headed up to Muskoka for a day and hiked around Hardy Lake. We were not disappointed. Fresh snow and cool weather, the full winter experience!
Below are a few images from our Hardy Lake hike. Click on the thumbnails to view the full image.