Duffin’s Creek attracts all types of pedestrian traffic, along with cyclists, skateboarders and rollerbladers. It’s used so frequently by the young and young at heart; so, it’s disappointing to see vandals destroy parts of it.
This photo was taken on it’s pathway, amongst a burnt down garbage can and an array of litter. Thankfully, the mess has been cleaned up since this image was captured.
It’s a lazy Sunday afternoon, and what better adventure than “Bug Stalking.” I’m thinking about getting that recognized as a national sport. Pure genius, if I do say so myself.
Shooting this collection of Lisa Marshall was particularly important to me – not only has she been a life-long friend, but she is an all around beautiful person inside and out. Miss Marshall impacts the lives of everyone she encounters, always for the better. Her glowing personality and her drive to succeed is inspirational.
The photographs were shot along Duffins Creek, the same path I used to take while walking to grade school. Despite the ever-changing town of Ajax, somehow this location has remained the same: peaceful and meaningful, at least to me.