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I’se the b’y that writes the book …

Toronto. In 1949, Newfoundland and Labrador formed the last and 10th province of Canada, Joey Smallwood as head of Newfoundland negotiated the transfer of this beautiful and rugged land from England control to Canada. 1941 saw a brief history with … Continue reading

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the way we were

Toronto. In the days of film, shots cost money so the prudent photographer was careful to crop, frame, and expose at just what Cartier- Bresson called, “the decisive moment”.  In this book, “Slow Photography –  Images with Intent” Dennis Minty … Continue reading

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Haunting images of a Newfoundland outpost

Toronto. On last Thursday, George Dunbar sent me a link to a National Post article on the slow disappearance of the tiny Newfoundland village Little Bay Islands by Tristin Hopper. The article features the painting-esque photographs of Mike Parsons. Mike … Continue reading

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