From the dark halls of the Ateneo de Madrid.
The sound seems to carry farther on cold mornings. Sharp little snapping sounds as shoes click along the floor, the odd bit of salt underfoot.
A lone passenger at York University station. Empty trains, empty halls.
Speed into the new year. Caution: curves ahead. It’s much harder to capture these types of shots in Toronto now. The new trains don’t allow access to front/rear windows and old trains have glass that is dirty and etched from years of salt and dirt. But when they work out, these shots should be printed big. A few years ago, I shot Crossover, Bright Tunnel and Eastbound at Sheppard. See more from my Toronto TTC collection here.
A Japanese ship undergoing refurbishment at a V & A Waterfront dry dock in Cape Town.
A quick shot going up an escalator, somewhere in the north part of the Paris Metro system.
My favourite museum in the world. A single shot, just off center, tweaked to a kaleidoscopic perspective. This would be a fun print.
At an open-air market filled with amazing foods in incredible colours, the result of the farming I’ve been seeing during my two week visit.
A decaying house beside a hiking trail on Edmonds Island, just north of Seattle.
On the edge of South Delhi, a highway overpass carries a honking, roaring mass of traffic above our lunch location.
Red lanterns, symbols of prosperity, and coloured fans cover the ceiling of my hotel lobby.
In the Jaitpoor neighbourhood of south Delhi, a gate and wall to a family’s compound.