Embracing Winter in Toronto – A Photo Diary

February 15, 2018By Tom BernardoPhoto Diary, Toronto

 Winters in Toronto can be a mixed bag. Sometimes it’s mild and surprisingly pleasant, other times it’s brutally cold and gloomy. This year, we’re having one of the coldest winters in recent memory. In fact, we broke a 59-year-old record on January 5th when the temperatures dipped to -23 C. That’s without factoring the wind … Read More

A Taste of New Zealand’s Subtropical Paradise, The Bay of Islands – A Photo Diary

February 24, 2017By Tom BernardoNew Zealand, Photo Diary

 Imagine turquoise waters, golden beaches, 144 stunning islands, dolphins, whales and a year-round warm weather. Those are just some of the things that make the Bay of Islands the country’s premier subtropical paradise. Besides the stunning natural sceneries, the Bay of Islands is also an important historical site. The town of Russell was the first … Read More