Archive for August, 2009


TORONTO, ON. August 22, 2009 – Russia’s Maria Sharapova serves the ball against Russia’s Alisa Kleybanova during the semi-finals of the Rogers Cup at Rexall Centre in Toronto, on Saturday August 22, 2009. (Sarah Dea/Toronto Star)

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I have been asked to contribute a photo essay on the News Photographer’s Association of Canada aka NPAC website this week. Check out my submission: The Mistadventures of Lex Vaughn.

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GT1, Greater Toronto, August 18, 2009

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L1, Living, August 14, 2009

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E1, Entertainment, August 13, 2009

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TORONTO, ON. August 16, 2009 – The Church Street Fetish Fair transformed the Church and Wellesley Village into a  world of fantasy. The street was lined with vendors and entertainers who helped people to feel free and celebrate what may usually be kept behind closed doors. (Sarah Dea/Toronto Star)

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TORONTO, ON. August 15, 2009 – Jeff Anderson bikes down to the water at Cherry Beach everyday to go where the current takes him. He enjoys the fact that not many dare venture into the water because the surface remains still for his daily float. He decides to return ashore when his fingers become pruny. (Sarah Dea/Toronto Star)

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TORONTO, ON. August 15, 2009 – The American Society of Association Executives is hosted a mega-convention  at the Metro Convention Centre so that members could discuss how to better run their organizations. This event helped Toronto to showcase itself as a leading city for association conventions and put Canada’s natural wonder at center stage. (Sarah Dea/Toronto Star)

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TORONTO, ON. August 14, 2009 – A man puts his socks and shoes back on after the 2pm prayer session at a downtown mosque on Parliament Street. Next to him lays a suitcase full of men’s apparel, for sale by a local man after the prayer session every week (Sarah Dea/Toronto Star)

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TORONTO, ON. August 12, 2009 – Alessia Commisso, 6, knows all about horsing around with Larry the miniature horse. She has been diagnosed with mitochondrial disease, but riding has helped her to overcome her shyness and even posture. She has been attending the Community Association for Riding for the Disabled in Toronto since July 2009 and feels on top of the world on horseback. (Sarah Dea/Toronto Star)

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