Friday, November 19, 2010

Photo Vault - fun in Toronto

For a photographer, life in Toronto is full of fun and so many great photo opportunities. The people of the big smoke get behind and support so many worthwhile causes - from gay rights to charity drives. One of the biggest celebrations and show of support is for the many LGBT marches during PRIDE week. The Dyke March  is one of my favourites and I always like when they bring out the big rainbow flag. Brim Stone #21:8 is from the mighty Gore-Gore Rollergirls of the Toronto Roller Derby League.

See more pictures - including some more photos from the Ms Chin Bikini Pageant, after the jump.

The architecture in Toronto includes shiny new condos and old buildings and neighbourhoods that make the city a great place to live, work and play. While mayors come and go some of the buildings get better with age - like the iconic flatiron building in the St. Lawrence Market area.
There is also a lot of competition in Toronto as sports teams and beautiful people compete, head to head and toe to toe. The Chin Picnic's Ms Chin Bikini Contest draws so many beautiful women it would be very hard to pick out a winner.

There is also a lot of promotions going on - there are a lot of people out there who hope to increase business and they give out free stuff to get people to try their products, go see their sports events and buy tickets to the latest concerts. My wife says that as good as Bon Jovi songs are, they pale in comparison to his handsome good looks. Bon Jovi will be at the Air Canada Centre (ACC) on Februrary 14 and 15, 2011 if you want to see him in action.
Hockey on Yonge Street

Baking in the sun and watching fireworks is a good way to spend quality time together.

You can always chuck it all, drop your drawers and head to Toronto's naked beach - Hanlan's Point or wait for the next Naked Bike Ride.

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