Glen Baxter’s Sandy Lake

While taking a stroll down Bloor Street, Julie and I popped into the Hugo Boss store to check out Glenn Baxter’s Sandy Lake photo exhibit for the Scotiabank Contact Photography Festival.  Glenn set out to Canada’s north to photo document First Nation community life in Northwestern Ontario.  The focus was to show the beauty within the landscape and the community as well as the hardships such isolation would accompany.  On the top floor of the Boss shop, the exhibit is open to everyone as are most of the festivals installations.  The Scotiabank Contact Photography Festival runs to the end of May so be sure to seek out even a few of the 1,000+ exhibits.  Or, when you are out and about in shops, restaurants or other public places in Toronto look up, you may just be in the middle of an installation.  CM

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  1. Shannon

    Love your hair! How did you get such a perfect bun?

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