Photos from the first annual Saskatoon Comic & Entertainment Expo.
Apologies for the lack of microphones or intros. I just wanted to catch some of Su’s thoughts on video, but you can check out a much more extensive Q&A with Su
I also wrote a
story about the the comic book culture in Saskatchewan, a theme that directly ties into the expo.
The entire weekend was a blast. The expo is certainly something I’ll be attending next year.
My friend and I took a walk down the arboretum, a large park next to Humber College. It continues to fascinate me how a place like this can exist in the middle of the city. We didn’t see any deer on this trip, but they can often be seen roaming the forest, alongside the plethora of other animals.
These are some unedited photos I took of the two-hour event, which I covered for Swept (
Brandon Morrow winds up for a pitch against the Mariners at the Rogers Centre.
These are photos of Kim Michele and Leo Zhang, two buskers who play at Bloor-station in Toronto.
If you venture off the beaten paths, you will at some point encounter small fortresses built with thick branches and sticks. There are several of them scattered around, and some are designed big enough for people to sit in. It’s sometimes a little eerie seeing them so frequently.
Squirrels like this one are aplenty, and on my trip, a lot of them were doing the same thing this one was.
You can easily catch a glimpse of the surrounding community and housing from the top of the hill located in the Humber Arboretum.
Woodland Path is one of the many named trails people can walk.
This is a common sight during a walk, and is one of the standout moments a person could experience during a visit to the arboretum. Deer can be found anywhere in the arb, and usual travel in groups. It’s very hard to get a close look at them as they sense your presence from a long distance, but seeing them alone is a great sight. Picturing a deer in the city is difficult, which adds to the excitement of seeing one in these parts..
Cyclists use the trails frequently throughout the year.
Trees have grown very tall in some areas of the arb.