Photos from the Toronto Cities For Life event in St James Church organised by Amnesty International in over 1000 cities around the world.
Link of the dayPeter Izarik
Wow. If yesterday's shots were good, this series is amazing! Beautiful portraits in difficult light.
Wonderfull b&w, lights, love it!
Brilliant low-light captures, once again Miles. They look great in B&W, too (always a great way to hide noise!)
wow, I like their faces - all of them expressing calm and love. very good work!
wonderful set. I love the second one best.
GREAT job on the exposures, Miles. Love the B&W.
Gorgeous shots. The use of B&W definitely adds an additional element to these shots.
Beautiful lights and B&W, Love them.
lovely powerful photos
brilliant.Last serie was exellent,but this one is fantastic,great.thanks
great b/w,i love this kind of photos,
Simply stunning series Miles, well done!
These are all beautiful, but that top portrait is simply stunning. Gorgeous set!
Agreed the top portrait is lovely.
I love this set of images, even more than the current ones posted. Really fantastic. The first 3 images really set this off!
Beautiful moments, looks like emotions are included in them. These people look so happy.. !
Very nice series - it says on your 'about' page you're not trying to create a coherent set, but you seem to manage to do it naturally... this is a wonderful set, with a story told in a subtle way...
These are amazing!
Don't forget this beautiful event is taking place again this Sat, Nov 27, 2010 at 6:30, St. James Cathedral. This year we have a very special guest speaker: Sister Helen Prejean author of the book "Dead Man Walking"
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