School started 2 weeks ago for me in University of Toronto. Starting third year Computer Science was both exciting and sad. Exciting because I get to see my university friends again and because I'm a photographer for my student council which means that I go to events and take photos (If you don't already know, I love photography!). Sad because summer is over and this means that I will need to wake up early in the mornings to get to school and come home late to do school work or go to my part time job (CN Tower). 

Two weeks in and I'm already swamped by assignments, readings, and other responsibilities for the term or even longer! I can't really complain because this is an integral part of university life but it just sucks that I went from having fun everyday doing almost nothing to barely having any time of the day to finish all the tasks! I don't mind though, I'll get through it! Just gotta get used to the work habits again. 

I still have a lot of photos taken during the summer that I still haven't edited (due to school) but I'm trying to find time to edit those pictures so I can post them up here on the website and other places. So until then, stay in school, and keep shooting! =D
 
 
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Here's another update for the Beautiful Toronto Project! I originally intended to go to the Distillery District and take photos there but I accidentally took a wrong turn and ended up in the city's industrial harbour area. Factories, constructions, and even parks are found here. So I took a stroll in this area and took photographs. Click on the photo above to see what I ended up taking pictures of! Hope you like them as much as I do! Until next time. More photos are being edited and are on their way.
 
 
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Beautiful Toronto Project is updated again! The fourth batch of photos is finally out and this time I focused on Casa Loma, the only castle in Canada. Learned quite a lot of things about the structure during my visit but more importantly, I took some photographs so I can show you some parts of the castle. It's a very famous Toronto landmark, visited by thousands of tourists from all over the world every year. Enjoy the photos! It's not a lot of photos so I'm planning on going back soon before school starts and try out my new super wide angle lens in the castle to get some more interesting interior shots. Until next time, keep shooting! =D Please click on the photo above to go straight to the Casa Loma collection.

UPDATE: There's also a YouTube version of the Slideshow. You can view it by clicking play below. =)