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My Toronto #2

Toronto Skyline seen from Richard's memorial Park

Another of our favourite places. Richard’s Memorial Park in Mississauga. Granted, the view of the skyline is a little more distant, but there are more things than the city to look at 😉

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My Toronto #3

toronto skyline in evening sun

One day, traffic was so bad, that, instead of driving to our usual haunt, Humber Bay Park West, we decided to try the park at the end of Third Street.
It is a lovely place to sit and spend some time…

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My Toronto #17

Toronto city skyline at sunrise
A friend once told me, that you choose the outcome of your day the moment you get up. – For me, this isn’t quite true. What started as a so-so day, could well be turned into a great one just a few minutes into my morning walk with Goofy.

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My Toronto #1 – Winter Sunrise

Winter sunrise over toronto skyline

One of my favourite Toronto Skylines. A near mid-Winter sunrise, as evidenced by its position south of the city. Three exposures, fused – you can see the movement in the branches if you look closesly…

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My Toronto #21 – The Flatiron Building

The Flatiron Building Toronto

Uniquely Toronto. The Flatiron Building is one of the prime Landmarks near Union Station and the St. Lawrence Market.

It has been described to me as the guardian of the city.

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Shores1

Triptych of a b&w photo of a log at the beach

Shores of lake Ontario, early April sunrise.This image available from 12 x18, and as large as you want, maybe 36 inches by 60 inches wide, even bigger. Lets print one whole wall, say 8 ft by 12ft. Dare to be different.
#Sunrise #lakeOntario #daretobedifferentv#smallseekswall #lookslike.ca #livingthelife #ianBradshaw #buynow #HDR

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See you in Port Credit!

Join us on April 8 & 9 at Arts on the Credit.

There will be our oldies but goodies, as well as new images and products.

Our line of city scapes “Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters”, a new heart, triptyches and a new type of miniature print – framed in minimalist frames…

Call or email ahead for custom sizes and orders 🙂

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Happy 2017!

Excuse our lack of correspondence, it has been a busy season. What with Art shows in and around Port Credit & Mississauga, photos with Santa etc, time was sparse to work on our web.

So today I took some time on working up a few samples of what one of my favourite prints, Heart of Fundy, would look like in different settings. I will eventually do this for all our prints, as it really puts them into perspective…

The heart was an actual stone I found during Low Tide at the beach of Hopewell Rocks New Brunswick.

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The Heart, as well as our other prints, is available on Amazon.

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