3rd and Wellington, Verdun.
‘Spectacular’ smoke billows from Kruger blaze Fire took about an hour for firefighters to master By KATHERINE WILTON, The Gazette February 14, 2012 MONTREAL – Thick smoke covered much of southwest […]
Twenty five years ago on April 26 the number four reactor in the Chernobyl nuclear power facility exploded. The town of Pripyat, less than two miles from the plant, now […]
Francesca Woodman is one of the most influential photographers of the last 30 years from a body of work that was produced while she was a student. Sadly, she did not see […]
PERMANENT ERROR For the past year Hugo has been photographing the people and landscape of an expansive dump of obsolete technology in Ghana. The area, on the outskirts of […]
It’s about time I did something like this. Hope to run into you!
Good photography show at Le Victoria, especially for those of you with an interest in pinhole photography. Gordon Alan Osbourne Le Victoria 4559 Wellington, between 1st and Willibrord, Verdun 514-564-8088 […]
In May and June I spent my weekends walking every lane in Verdun just photographing things as I went along. Unlike Turcot, which was a journey of discovery, these lane […]
Not sure if I succeeded in rendering the guy in bronze unrecognizable. 🙂
it’s just being hoarded by the wealthy. Images by Jacob Riss.
Starting two new photography projects this year, one small, one big. Here is a look at the beginning of the big one. More to come over the course of the […]
Building going down on Rue Labarre. 24 hours later The next morning. That afternoon. 2 hours later. The next day. A few hours later. The nearest machine will start breaking […]