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nortonphoto The many phases of bubble making as demonstrated by my nephew: anticipation, perseverance, your little brother trying to get in on it, accomplishment and ultimately grass stains. 3w

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nortonphoto "That sounded great - now tell me that one more time..." - Said me 50,000 times yesterday directing a video for CBC Radios Wiretap. 15 interviews down- 18 more today 🏼 Photo stolen from @artsandrec - thanks to @bobgundu @mirabw @map_productions @lauramargaretramsey @dirtymedium 3w

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nortonphoto Party in the USA 😎 1mon

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nortonphoto Thrilling 2mon

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nortonphoto Offence, defence or just looking like a boss with a big-ass flower- Youppi! has you covered. Thanks eBay! 3mon

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nortonphoto Slush pants️ snowboard jacket️ Canadian Tire winter boots️ Christmas complete️ Peak action️😎 #tbt - February 2001 3mon

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nortonphoto Does YOUR wife have a trading card? Got a first edition rookie card - near mint, slight wear on the edges - word jumble on the back is already solved. 4mon

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nortonphoto Grab the one you love, even if they aren't Canadian - it's Boxing Day! @katiegerman 4mon

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nortonphoto "Don't make me tap the sign" 4mon

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nortonphoto Noted 5mon

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nortonphoto Made a tiny video spot starring a tiny desk for @nprmusic. It also stars a hand-drawn likeness of @tpain. Props to @bonyfingers for the sweet illustrations 5mon

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nortonphoto #tbt with @paulliliani, @shubat187 and @chilligansisland getting saucy. This was taken during a trip to the flea market at the Dixie outlet mall when it was too rainy to skate after Moss Park one Saturday. I remember we wanted to go to the flea market because we heard you could play Rock Band at a stall and pay by the hour. I don't think we ever partook. #Etobicoke #Ithink #FleaMarkets 5mon
  •   combzone Haha 5mon
  •   robscruton #dixievaluemall is the business. The weekend flea market has some gems for sure. 5mon
  •   nortonphoto @robscruton dude I'm due for a visit. I got a sweet motorcycle shirt that day. I also remember a lot of stalls where you could buy items to hide weed in. And a really good place to buy snes games. 5mon
  •   robscruton @nortonphoto hahaha I remember going when I was a kid and always seeing a pair of sai's at a sketchy booth. I wanted them sooo bad so I could be like Raphael. Fortunately that purchase never happened. Also, I probably bought most of my CD collection there. 5mon
  •   nortonphoto @robscruton haha. What a great place. And may my future children never go until they are 18 5mon
  •   the.social.factory Do you ever think of engaging a marketing service that may help you gain more followers? 3w

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nortonphoto #tbt to that time @goinghoff kickflipped between two trees and over a fence while I laid down face-first in a soccer field. 2009 ish? #BetweenTwoTrees 6mon

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nortonphoto Found this on an old drive today - shot on Halloween many years ago with Hill Sulhper (who I thought was on insta but maybe not anymore?) He grinded this backside 5-0 though the kinks perfectly, put it down and just clipped the wet grass with one wheel on the landing and got tossed. Couldn't get close after that. Still would be the best trick done on this thing. It was especially heartbreaking since the photo would have been sick with the leaves and inadvertently matching wardrobe. Well, here it is - premiering in its insta glory. 6mon

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  •   pereiraa Is that Jesus or a bearded lady? 7mon

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nortonphoto Shot this backside smith with @captpernod in 2009 at the waterdown skatepark. It's a double exposure but on a single frame of film. So you shoot the trick, don't advance the film, put on a zoom lens so the moon is nice and large in the frame and shoot it - hoping you don't accidentally place the moon overlapping the foreground. Then process the film and boom - there's the moon all big. It's actually how people used to shoot those posters you could buy at the gift shop with the moon really big over the Golden Gate Bridge for example. It's like in-camera Photoshop. I was really stoked this worked out mainly because there wouldn't be another chance at it until the next next full moon. I got the film back on my birthday. Then I went to the spaghetti factory. 7mon

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