Winter photo-shoot at the Harbor Front, Toronto, Ontario, Canada!
As I was enjoying my time at Bollywood Grill & Shisha, a friend of mine “Habeeb” came up to me and highlighted that his family is opening a restaurant called The Mountain Grill. “The restaurant will have a kids playground” he suggested and Middle Eastern cuisine. Based on my experience in Scarborough, Toronto, I thought the restaurant will be just like the others around the same area. Keeping that in mind, the last time I visited Scarborough was 4 years back. Most restaurants in that area might have had good food, but were gloomy and badly decorated. Cutting the story short, I was impressed by the place and the plaza surrounding it. It took me by surprise that many of those restaurants had changed their decor, and others were replaced by newer restaurants. My biggest surprise, was the Amazing place I went into on Sunday. The Mountain Grill looked distinctive with the kids playground and the “Syrian-American” decor. Moreover, The food was not only tasty, but it looked as good as it tasted. It was a real pleasure to be invited by Habeeb and his family to take part of their grand opening.
Chill cafe is an amazing experience. The food is out of this world for those seeking “Kabab, Biryani, or Nachos”. It also is a great place to socialize. The capacity is enough for a 100 people. The place is a hookah lounge with an amazing ambiance. They have belly dancing, musicians, shows and more every weekend. The smoothies are served in ice buckets for the 1 liter size. It looks and tastes amazing. The decor is very minimalist with style. Food is served in traditional sizzlers and clay pots. Once you take a look at the place, you would get this sense of celebration. The restaurant has outstanding cleanliness and amazing sweets. You should never miss this place as the owner is one of the partners who built Shishalicious Cafe which reached the top 10 list at blog.to. You have got to go there to CHILL!
These are some of the memorable images taken by our amazing team. Some of which might not be perfect pictures, or follow photography criteria, yet without them the story is incomplete. Perfection in this segment may not be in the photo-taking execution, yet in the people themselves. Each of them is perfect in their own way.
I went yesterday with Jessica and Marian to George Brown College for a Photo-shoot. Marian had an assignment in her program where she had to take portraits of random people. At first, I suspected her capabilities of taking photos, but without so much of an experience with my camera, Marian started fixing the aperture, shutter speed, F stops and so forth. Within less than 10 minutes she started clicking that camera button and all I see are those beautiful pictures of Jessica show up. As we were indulging in the photo-shoot, someone knocked on the door of the studio. Theva2000 went to answer it, as a group of other students showed up to tell us that our time was already up. The experience was so pleasurable that none of us noticed an hour had passed.