November Cold

Our Canadian winter is almost upon us. We put on our snow tires, put away our T-shirts and dug up our sweaters, and switched from air-conditioning to heat.

I haven’t been feeling well lately, but I try to go out to take some photos anyway. It’s definitely more challenging to do street photography in the cold weather. Everything seems more dull and people are bundled up, rushing to get where they need to and in from the cold.

In a big city, it’s still possible to find lots of subject material thanks to the abundance of indoor spaces like shopping malls and transit.

Ironically, the city gets prettier when we actually have snow on the ground. I’ve already stocked up on gloves, hoping that it won’t be too cold when we do have snow to do some photography. In the meantime, some recent images from out and about.

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