Frank Lemire

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Autumn in Algonquin Park

Published October 21st, 2012

A beautiful fall day hiking in Ontario's Algonquin Provincial Park. We left Toronto at 4:30am and arrived just as the sun was coming up. We visited the Tea Lake Dam, a foggy lake first thing in the morning and hiked the 10km Centennial Ridges trail which gave us towering vistas over the park.

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Autumn fog in the beaches.

Published October 20th, 2012

Photos of a foggy walk along Lake Ontario from the Waterworks over to Kew Beach in Toronto.

The monochrome images were taken with an infrared-converted camera.

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Nuit Blanche, 2012.

Published October 2nd, 2012

Photos from a walk around downtown Toronto on the 7th annual Nuit Blanche, September 29, 2012. I arrived around midnight and took only two lenses with me, a 50mm prime and an 14mm ultrawide.

I shot only handheld and tried to capture a bit of what it was like to be out until 5 in morning with hundreds of thousands of people exploring.

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Sunrise Canoe with the Urban Voyageurs

Published June 25th, 2012

The Urban Voyageurs woke up very early on Sunday June 24th to catch sunrise on Lake Ontario with Nessie, the trusty canoe.

We launched from Cherry Beach as the sun was minutes from rising over the horizon and paddled over to explore the Leslie St Spit this trip. We were in the water by 5:30am and finished up as the sun was starting to heat the city up around 8am.

The Urban Voyageurs for this trip were Michael Mitchener as the helmsman, William Self manning the bow and Frank Lemire as the passenger. These are Frank's photos shot on a Nikon D800 with a 24-120VR lens, click the links above for the other Voyageur's photos.

Please see the Urban Voyageur Blog for more photos and stories from past trips.

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Among the Sakuras

Published April 18th, 2012

Photos from the Sakura (Cherry Blossom) trees at Exhibition Place in Toronto, April 2012. The Japanese government kindly donated the trees as part of the Sakura Project.

Photos taken with a Panasonic Lumix LX5.

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