Dundas Square

New York has its Time Square, formed by the juncture of Broadway, Seventh Avenue, and 42nd Street in midtown Manhattan, and Toronto has Dundas Square, its footprint encompassing Yonge St., Dundas St., Victoria St., and Dundas Square. It’s pretty much a poor man’s Time Square, but while I wasn’t a big fan of the idea of a large concrete area sans trees, I have to admit I’ve come around and now appreciate its usefulness.  Here are two photos of it at night. All the big illuminated billboards are supposed to make us a world class city, that and taxing us to death.

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4 Responses to Dundas Square

  1. Mauro Metallo says:

    We expect nothing short than great night shots from you, Dave…
    You spoiled us, and now you have to live up to your reputation: But you’re doing OK so far…
    Those are great images, you captured the atmosphere just right, and the lights are beautifully rendered.
    Once more, my most vivid congratulations.

  2. lynnwiles says:

    I don’t remember a Times Square in Toronto. Bright lights, big city there.

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