Pride was Hot - in more ways than one! I didn't last the whole parade - the sun got to me. However, I was there for about 2 hours and managed some shots. It was difficult because we were on the wrong side of the street (the sunny side) and getting a good exposure between the heads of people around me meant I had a very small window to shoot in. Once the parade started going by, people would just hold out their cameras and video cameras and often they'd be in the frame. I decided next year to take the "behind the scenes of the Parade" or the beginning or end of the Parade. I enjoyed the street photography part of it much more. It's all a learning process.
The lucky ones; on the shady side, and in a building near toilets and fridges and chairs.
This is my hometown on a Sunday (granted, not a typical Sunday!) I like this photo for a lot of reasons. It is famous Toronto street Yonge Street , the headquarters of the iconic Bay department store is visible at the top of the street, the crowds, the energy. #sfgirlbybaycontest
Love the right arm gesture and the scarf
Teachers who support their LGBT students
MCC Rev. Dr. Brent Hawkes
LGB Canadians can serve openly in the military
I'm not sure why this has anything to do with Pride, but it's a very inclusive day
My camera was hunting for AF for some reason - this shot could have been better on MF
What's the best thing after a long hot march on the pavement in the July sun? A good friend.