Who is Toni Wallachy ... ?
    ... She's an urban street photographer ...

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Published: National Geograpgic Your Shot [ link]
Photo of the Day, Jun 05, 2016

image: Havanna, Cuba 2016
​All the makings of a perfect Artists pallet. - decrepted architecture, essence of what a war torn city may look like - a cloudy haze of pollution: where dust, smoke and other dry particles obscure the clarity of the skyline - muted sun aged patina walls - a time warp of artifacts that make up the daily fabric of life
The dramatic collision of people and architecture gives each city a unique essence and existence. They are living breathing places that are simultaneously busy, lonely, awake, tired, and alive. My most recent body of work within these spaces where humans live, work and play features unmediated chance encounters and random incidents within public places. I feel Ansel Adams summed it up perfectly …

 “There is one thing the photograph must contain, the humanity of the moment.”

 Over the many years, my work has received various accolades and international recognition.  Published pieces can be found on magazine covers to editorial spreads to private collections.
  

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Accolade:  Oshawa Camera Club Comp #3
Best Pictorial Image, Jan 2018

image: Streets of Kathmandu

Other Web presences where you can find my work: 
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