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Brett Zimmerman is an associate professor of English at York University, in Toronto, Canada. He is the author of numerous scholarly essays in academic journals and magazines. He has also published two books with McGill-Queen's University Press: "Edgar Allan Poe: Rhetoric and Style," and "Herman Melville: Stargazer." Self-published books include "Fun with Fallacies: How to Win More Arguments--or at Least Keep from Making an Ass of Yourself," which can be found on and purchased from Blurb.com. Collections of his photographs also appear in self-published books: "Around Ontario: Well, the Southern Part of It, Mostly"; "Northern Ontario and the Bruce Peninsula"; "Some Ontario Waterfalls"; "Photographing the Heavens"; and "Astronomy in Literature: A Photographic Exploration." These can also be purchsed from Blurb.com.

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Beautiful waterfall picture.

I was looking at google's satellite view of the Chaudière Falls, your pic from the Ontario side is (was)amazing. Stumped upon some of your other pics, nice work!

very nice sunset!!! like

regards!

very nice photo! like\greet. from Greece

like this beautiful photo!

greetings

Perhaps the only thing more stunning than Toronto's skyline by day is the skyline by night. I had to retouch this pic, though, because the original had all kinds of lights in the sky above the city, as if a ghost city hovered above, or numerous UFOs. We can only guess that those lights were internal reflections--the city lights bouncing around inside the camera lens.

You're absolutely right. When I was there I did not see anything like any beautiful stuff that you show on your pictures...:)

Thanks, Bogdan. Very kind of you. I love this pic as well. Would have taken more but the cops chased us away.

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