Author | Photos Kate Killet

PHOTOS: Camp Wavelength on Toronto Island Was a Total Dream

Water, music, art, stinky sticky sweat, and sand: we had the time of our lives at Camp Wavelength on the island last weekend. Sleeping under the stars, sipping cold beer, eating pretty things, twirling in the grass, making love, and getting lost. Toronto’s only camping interdisciplinary arts festival is really special, and these photos by Kate Killet capture the magic beautifully.

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  1. Hattie Dunstan
    August 24, 2016

    what is this? Looks so fun!

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    August 30, 2016

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