Reymond Pagé is an artist, designer, photographer, and writer. His claim to fame is being rebuffed by the Indian Minister of Tourism at the Elephanta Caves near Mumbai.
For nine months, he and his wife travelled the world with their children, and that experience informs his outlook on life, art, and design. He has written a book about the experience, A Change of View, along with a three-book full-colour set of those same travels. Click on The Travel Books in the side-bar for more info.
What's been happening in the Exchange District lately? Here's a rundown of some recent favourite photos from a couple weeks ago. Remember? When it was warm and sunny?
There are so many wonderful buildings downtown, and it just takes a lot of time to appreciate all the little details that used to go into creating them.
And then there's all the little details that sit somewhere amongst all the details.
And then there's more details.
I love how this person is ready for anything. They've got the air conditioner, they've got a fan, and they've got the running shoe.
My favourite alley in the city continues to evolve.
And here's a couple of shots of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. I find it interesting how it's size becomes more apparent the further you are away from it. The first photo is from maybe half-way across the walking bridge, and the second is from a half block down Provencher Boulevard.