A Year in Photographs

“This is the year I’ll shoot more often, and be bolder with my photography!”

Porto is absolutely filled with life, all around.
February taught me the real definition of cold in Montreal.
And snowfalls through March…
Just by Kingston’s City Hall
A quick midnight hike to the top of Mont-Royal, early May.
A getaway to Seattle implies a mandatory Public Market Center photo.
As well as the Space Needle. Sadly, I didn’t see Frasier during my stay.
These two.
From Jacques-Cartier.
Often lost in many of the city’s little islands.
Mile End, Montreal
Re-igniting some much needed passion with street photography in Montreal.
A couple of personally very meaningful shots in Toronto.
Toronto was arguably… boring. Had to improvise by focusing on geometry.
Seriously, her craft 👌 this time, back in Montreal
Also one of my favourite Porto shots, this year.
It doesn’t get any more frozen than this. Quebec City, late December.

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I work for the Internet. By day, a front-end web developer with a passion for typography and design. By night, I’m sleeping.

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