Strasbourg’s six municipalities are interwoven with an incredibly efficient tramway system. The trams travel flush to the street and glide like space-age worms, each several cars long and with open gangways. They don’t clatter and spark like Toronto’s streetcars; built in the 90s, Strasbourg’s trams are much more modern and sleek, and they arrive frequently [...]
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A man at the front of the Occupy Toronto march leads the chant, \”Whose streets? Our streets!\” as the 200-strong group nears Ryerson University campus on Oct. 17, day three of the protest. The demonstration, in solidarity with Occupy Wall Street in New York City, is just one of more than 900 that have exploded [...]
A man smokes a cigarette on Queen Street W. at Bay Street, Toronto.
This is one of those rare occasions when a street candid gone wrong actually makes the image. Ninety percent of the time, a street photograph loses all of its rawness when a subject notices you are taking their picture. They usually turn away, smile and pose, or stare right into the lens. Those actions inevitably [...]
A man dressed in a peacock costume in a campaign to sell flowers plays music as he walks down a busy pedestrian street in Guangzhou, China.
A worker carries planks through Gukje Market in Nampo-dong, Busan, Korea.
A man crossing a busy street makes a fashion statement in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong.
When you can\’t beat it, drink it away. It\’s the Canadian way!
In like a lamb and out like a lion. Where\’s the hype now, media?
One of my photos is MUTE\’s Shot of the Day today! As a big fan of Miles\’ photography, this is certainly humbling. In today\’s happy accident–the above photo–I took some liberties with colour on a street candid I\’d nearly forgotten was in my photo library. Ah, treasure hunting. I wonder what was going through the [...]