My route to work takes me along Toronto's waterfront, an area that is usually overlooked as a point of interest in the city. It's a lot quieter and more removed from the hustle of the downtown streets just a few blocks away.
One day in late autumn (which in Canada might as well be winter), I stumbled across this lone Canadian goose floating along a patch of ice. The image immediately jumped out at me. The contrast of the ice and the bird reminded me of something you might see in the Arctic. Thankfully, I had my trusty Bessa with me to capture this moment.
This was my first roll of JCH Streetpan 400, and I was quite impressed with how the results turned out. I had the photo printed as a postcard and mailed it out to relatives and friends for the holidays. The feeling you get from seeing your own work printed, and being able to share it physically with your loved ones, is something that every photographer should experience.