Sometime during the summer of 2005 I met Harry Joy through my wife Darlene. Harry was an inspiration and mentor since that time. Harry shared with me his wealth of photography knowledge and on many occasions suggested different photographic techniques and methods. During the 1950's, 60's and 70's Harry photographed life with a Henri-Cartier Bresson style in black and white. Harry titled this collection of black and white photographs "Memorable Moments". This gallery contains a wide range of photographs including those taken in Toronto's Kensington Market. For many years, Harry and I would have lunch or coffee once a week and discuss photography and life. Harry passed away at the age of 98. What a life!

Harry Joy. 1917-2015

Enjoy looking through Harry's legacy of black and white images. AB

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