Author Archives: weiradmin

July 2020 work and personal

Gas Station Holy Water – sanitizing your hands anyway you can

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Leap into Summer - 42 years ago

It was 42-years ago that I took this picture for the editorial page of the Lakefield Leader. Editorial all about the joys of summer in the Kawarthas. Nothin’ changed, except the bait shop boat house fell over a few weeks after I took this black and white picture. Lakefield, Ontario, Canada.

Mondo Condo

Public Art yonge/eg

BLM at city hall Toronto July 4th

view from the Niagara Falls Canada train

maid of the mist

Mostly empty (because of virus rules) Cdn Hornblower ship

deck crowded, US’s Maid of the Mist – under the Canadian falls

Niagara Falls Canada – their version of the Lock Bridge

Empty OnDuty 24 antiperspirant serves as a glasses holder on my desk

Only in Niagara Falls Canada will you find a recycle bin for ponchos

Flying the Atlantic Mas colours

Sign of the times, July 4th city hall toronto blm protest by atlantic mas

sign of the times BLM at city hall

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more city hall blm interviews

BLM city hall

BLM city hall Atlantic Mas

Akil interviewed by Global TV and CBC about BLM at city hall in Toronto

tent city at city hall 2-days before it will be torn down

June photographs personal and work related

Virus regulations won’t let a Bloor Street W shop owner take the plastic off Buzz Lightyear.

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60 year old Windsor found photographs Droullard Rd

two pack a dayer

2 pack a dayer 60-year old found-art photograph. No it isn’t me. Unclaimed snapshots from a long closed Windsor shop. Child is holding two packs of Export A cigarettes. Why our grandparents’ smoked. 1960

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found photographs Windsor60s

All the young dude! 60-years ago Anne Ouellette left a negative at photo counter of a now long closed store in Windsor. She never came back for the wallet sized picture. No one has seen the 30 cent snap of this hip lad till now. Probably taken in Willistead Park 1967.

baby in the bin

Throwing the child out with the bath water. 52-year old found-art photograph. Unclaimed snapshots from a Windsor shop. March 1968. Family name Bergeron.