Daniel A. Betts
MONTREAL -- Preparing for the future of driving is even simpler thanks to the first annual electric/hybrid car show in Canada from Eclipse - Voiture Solaire de L'ETS.
The show that ran from May. 26 – 28, 2017 with 18,721 visitors attending.
More than 2500 tests were performed by visitors on the electric and hybrid vehicles on display, in a small testing area on-site.
The variety of electricity-powered vehicles included bicycles, motorbikes, scooters, hover boards, and even a boat.
The famous SwinCar, and Tesla even had a pair of Model 3's on display.
There were over 60 exhibitors, including a 100 per cent solar-powered racecar run by Véhicule Solaire Éclipse - an award-winning Montréal-based team.
They've been racing their solar-powered racecars since 1992, across Canada and America.
GALLERIES -- Date : May 13, 2017
Time : 5:55 AM
Location : Ashbridges Bay Park
It was cold -5 degree Saturday morning.
Thin ice is still visible on the water, and I had to walk past a lot of frozen H2O to get a good spot for sunrise with the park split as the foreground in the middle.
It only took a couple of long exposure shots to call it a day as I didn’t bring my shooting gloves.
Named after British loyalist from Philadelphia Sarah Ashbridge, it was once part of a 5 sq. km march on the Don River Delta, which has one of the largest wetlands in eastern Canada.
Due to industrial development and sewage disposal into the marsh, Toronto Harbour Commission drained the marsh in 1912 and reclaimed the land in which today's park is located.
Floro Virtucio is a photo columnist with the Torch Online Media, and a freelance photographer specializing in wedding and landscape photography. Visit his personal website at www.florovirtucio.com.
A new photo series from landscapes around the country
GALLERIES -- Date: April. 29, 2017.
Time: 6:35 PM
Location: Humber Bay Park East, Toronto.
This is first entry in the ‘Chasing the Sun’ series as I try to capture its glaze, be it setting or rising…
It was a chilly afternoon as I stop my car in the parking lot of Humber Bay Park on the east side, as I projected that the sunset would come from the North West of the park.
This is a location where visitors will watch the time fly by as it offers scenery of the waterfront of Etobicoke.
Entrance to the park is at the end of Park Lawn road south.
The day was clear except for a few clouds scattered on the horizon of the setting sun, and the crystal water reflects the rays of the sun as it slowly faded in the sky…
OSHAWA -- On May. 6, 2017 the Durham Region Community Lions Club hosted their second annual bowling night in support of a great cause.
Through bowling, the silent auction, and the 50/50 draw the club raised a total of $1118 dollars for the Governor's Project which was directed to help the Hospital for Sick Children, and grow their music therapy program.
See some pictures from the night in the slideshow below.
Sean Heeger is a journalist, photographer, and editor-in-chief of the Torch Online Media. Visit his personal twitter account at www.twitter.com/fa1coneri
Daniel A. Betts.
PHOTOS -- Remembrance Day is a time to honour all those who have served, and continue to protect our country overseas.
Toronto, and many other cities in the GTA had ceremonies to remember those who continue to sacrifice in the name of our country,
Here are pictures from Toronto on Remembrance Day.
Ironwill raw dog food ran a photo contest open to the public to vote for their favourite dog photo by liking and sharing them online. The winner won $150 of products.
See the winner and honourable mentions below.