Tag Archives: Queen Street West
This photo goes back to the spring, when the weather was a bit more bearable. Today was stinking hot and humid, no fun for photography — at least not outdoor photography. Well, I guess some like it, but I’m not … Continue reading
This is one of my first photos from today. I’d just parked downtown (Queen West) and was walking along when I saw these three guys bumming for change. When I read their sign I couldn’t help but stop and ask … Continue reading
This photo was taken in Toronto’s west end, on Queen St. W. at Spadina.
This tired old storefront is on Queen St. West. I thought it would make a nice photo. Obviously I played around with the contrast. Not sure if maybe I dialled it up too much, but I wanted something super gritty, … Continue reading
This is the bar at Queen Mother Cafe on Queen St. W. in Toronto. Mauro and I have lunched there twice during out various photography outings. I must say, the food and service is spectacular! On our second visit we … Continue reading
What attracted me to this subject was the lighting. The store was closed at the time but a couple of lights were left on and I thought it would make for a nice shot. This was taken a while back … Continue reading
I saw this guy waiting in a doorway at the corner of Spadina Ave. & Queen St. W. and figured he’d make a good subject. I guess I was about 15 to 20 feet away, standing with a crowd of … Continue reading
I’m not sure what street we were on when I caught this photo. Probably Queen St. W. Clearly the sewing machine shop owner isn’t charging enough if he can’t even fix the broken storefront window.
I can’t really say if the lady in the fur coat and hat is the boy’s mother, but I assume not. She’s just one of the kooky characters you come across down along Queen St. West. The original photo shows … Continue reading