On the shuttle bus on my way to the airport. Goodbye Toronto! Hello New York!
My only, and the only, existence on my instagram account. Courtesy of Mom, working out her photo skills.
Fall is so so beautiful up here, I feel lucky for being in Canada at this time of the year. It brings all sorts of emotions back with a touch of nostalgia. #toronto #canada (at Earl Bales Park)
Lighting 101: Teaching mom how to make the available light work for her, while we walked through the autumny forest for one last time before I disappear in the mid-east.
Expect her to appear on instagram soon! #mom #familytime #thanksgiving #toronto (at Earl Bales Park)
One last hike with my parents through the jungle in the colorful canadian autumn. (at Earl Bales Park)
So there are days we have typical visitors at the WPP exhibit in toronto and there are days that we have not-so-typical visitors glowing shine to our day, like these kindergarten kids, some of the most engaged students that I’ve had.
As they finished their walk through of the exhibit, I asked them: “did you have a favorite photo?” Three of them excitedly and loudly replied: “THE SWIMMING!” (Referring to @habjouqa ‘s photos from gaza)
Also one told me with an amazed face: “There are photos from ALL OVER the world,” and I wondered how big is the world to a 5 year old boy :-) (at Brookfield Place)
Sunday morning, mom remains in bed with a bad cold that she caught over night. Taking care of her with lots of soup and honey lemon ginger tea, like she used to do when we were kids :-) #mom #toronto #canada