TORONTO — Aside from meeting some incredibly talented people, photography has forced me out of my comfort zone, taking me around the city, on the lookout for cool and unique spots to shoot.
I met up with Anna a few weeks ago on a cold, snowy Saturday afternoon. Fortunately, we found warm refuge inside Allan Gardens, a public (it's free) greenhouse in downtown Toronto.
We spent the next two hours amongst some of its exotic plants and curious guests. I'm not even going to attempt to name drop anything and act like my knowledge of botany goes past knowing what a dandelion is.
It felt like we went around the world without having to leave the city (they have cactus!). There were plenty of opportunities to shoot through objects, create bokeh effects with subtle lighting and experiment with colours.
If you're a photographer and haven't hit this place up yet, it's a MUST.
Check out the photos below: