In Toronto, just like many cities on the water, we have an old historic fort that still stands on guard–well, sort of. It dates back to the late 17th century and was originally on the waterfront. The waterfront has been moved about a kilometre south since then. On Sunday the place was wide open to the public. The strange part is there didn’t seem to be anyone around guarding it. It was virtually empty. Mauro and I walked around shooting all the historical buildings and such. We both got some nice shot. If you ever visit Toronto, Fort York is a great place for the kids to learn a bit of Canadian history. This photo was from inside one of the old barracks. Hope you like it.