This weekend I will be heading to Toronto for a friend’s wedding (as a guest, how odd!) and I was reminded of my trip there last year. I took my old school Nikon FA, a bunch of new and expired film, and shot like crazy. Many thanks to awesome friend and photographer Jessica for giving me a place to crash! Here’s a few images from the trip.
Logan Airport, early morning.
In Toronto, waiting for the ferry to take us from the airport to the mainland.
I love the imperfection of expired film. Digital is, at times, too perfect.
The CN Tower.
Kids playing on the glass floor at the top of the tower. While Jess and I were inside, 1,815 feet above the city, everyone’s cell phones started going off.
There was an earthquake in Virginia which was felt on Toronto’s streets! We didn’t feel a thing.
A tribute to beloved politician Jack Layton, leader of the New Democratic Party, who recently passed away.
Jess. I love the texture of all that grain.
Window inside Jess’ studio.
Inside the Art Gallery of Ontario.
A sculpture, a hand. The devil is in the details.
Toronto’s growing! There’s construction everywhere.
Airport, waiting to board.
Back in Boston.
In Cambridge, waiting for the bus. Ceiling of Lechmere Station.