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Coral Row | Toronto Portrait Photography

March 10, 2012

It has snowed a total of two days so far in the city of Toronto this winter, and one of them happened on the day of Celine and Adrien’s photo session. We woke up to freezing temperatures and the most beautiful cover of snow. Celine and Adrien were troopers, bearing the cold and, not to mention, the stares of people passing by on their way to the subway.

What I call ‘Coral Row’ is a row of abandoned bright coral homes on Glen Road, just by the entrance to Sherbourne subway station. The crumbling homes are about to be torn down to make way for a condominium building and I am so thankful that Celine and Adrien agreed to take advantage of them as a backdrop for their session. Decay can be really beautiful as a background for a photo session, especially when it brings such a great bright color into the mix.

Coral Row

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A big thank you to C + A!

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. alberta permalink
    March 10, 2012 11:21

    I LOVED this shoot! SO PRETTY.
    aww.

  2. Chandra Kowalski permalink
    March 10, 2012 14:35

    Such a cool idea to use these buildings before they’re gone! Awesome work!

  3. March 10, 2012 18:54

    So sweet!
    And good eye, catching the cool coral row.

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