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Aurora in Focus

Explore Town of Aurora Ontario through photography.

Year End Wild Turkey Chase – Former Lundy’s Farm

Aurora Chamber Street Festival in Pictures 2015

Doors Open Aurora, St. Andrew’s College


We had a major fog day in Aurora that also went reported everywhere in York Region and GTA. It was more evident on the country side roads and less in the urbanized areas. I must say, no real winter wonderland magic lately, just a few times. Hopefully soon it will get a bit colder again and hopefully …

My memories of the St. John’s sideroad open farmed fields are slowly fading away. Less and less I hear from some of my acquaintances, “it used to be such a nice relaxing drive between Bayview and Leslie.” Take a drive, no longer can one feel like that. My memory of the beautiful treed lot on …

Let the spirit of Christmas warm your home with love, joy and peace. Have a Merry Christmas !   community FOCUS Living in Aurora Aurora Community Arboretum Accents 2016 About: Aurora Community Arboretum

Royal Canadian Legion annual Remembrance Parade, Aurora Cenotaph November 06, 2016. “In Flanders Fields the poppies blow Between the crosses, row on row, That mark our place; and in the sky The larks, still bravely singing, fly Scarce heard amid the guns below.” John McCrae “We only need to look at what we are really …

Visiting Atkinson Park. What’s better, blue skies and cold weather or warmer weather and overcast skies? I take the blue skies and cold over the latter. Shorter days and no sun, that’s what I observed this winter. Lots of gloomy dark days, especially when there is no snow to make it brighter. Seeking crispy blue …

I had been eyeing St. Andrew’s College (SAC) for a long time to visit. I was just curious to see this hidden facility that I had driven by so many times on Yonge Street in Aurora. The opportunity came during Doors Open Aurora last Saturday (August 15th, 2015). Stepping into the building it reminded me …

This is our first year attending Doors Open Aurora with our seven year old. Perhaps that has something to do with his better attention span. However, this is my third year visiting various heritage locations in Aurora. I am glad that some of the locations repeat from year to year since I am never able to …

Today thought. My thought. It is a simple fact, everything eventually deteriorates. Everything has a life span; and wear and tear. Even perpetual machine cannot exist. Therefore, we will be fooling ourselves if

Another great photo journey on June 13, 2015 through the Merlin’s Hollow, an English garden, a collection of about 2000 flowering species, of course not photographed yet by me. It rained most of the week

Someone recognized me among all these thousands of people walking up and down Yonge Street during the annual Aurora Chamber Street Festival last weekend. I got myself an ice-cream cone. Vanilla to be exact.