Toronto Time-Lapse

Toronto Time-Lapse

English: Night lapse of the 401. Even at 9:30p...

The kids love a trip into the big smoke, especially if we decide to take the GO train, but once you’re there it can sometimes be difficult to see the beauty in the unforgiving concrete and bustling crowds. Next time I find myself exasperated on a Toronto sidewalk with moaning children and an absent sense of direction, I’ll try to remember the beauty that surrounds me when viewed from a different angle and remind myself that I’m one small part of a living, breathing bigger picture…


Turn up the volume and enjoy this time-lapse treat courtesy of Ryan Emond:


And if that didn’t speak to your heart, take a look at Tom Ryaboi’s City Rising:

Whitby Shores, Whitby, Ontario

By Aisha Ashraf

Aisha Ashraf is a nomadic Irish writer of creative non-fiction and poetry, currently based on the traditional territory of the Anishinabewaki, Haudenosaunee, and Mississauga First Nations, in Ontario, Canada. Her work has been published in River Teeth, The Huffington Post, and the UK’s Independent and Daily Telegraph newspapers.

One comment

  1. I love human creativity. These are cool! It was weird (in a good way) how some of the shots in the first one almost looked like toy models. Hard to explain what I mean.

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