I don’t get out of Toronto much these days. As a kid, I would cruise through Toronto wide eyed, astonished by the height of the skyscrapers, the stylish and eccentric fashion, and the bright signs and lights. With an unbelievable speed my amusement has shifted. On a recent visit to rural Ontario, I found myself charmed by the quaint storefronts, religious billboards, and the general lack of stuff
This shot in particular seemed to catch the attitude of the place. Coming from a city where most people live without cars for want of space, it’s odd to see a place with so many cars they have to park them on the lawn. This particular lawn didn’t just have cars, it had airplanes.