Street from Above

This photo was taken from a footbridge that connects Gerrard Square Mall to the street on the other side of the tracks. This is actually crossing over the same train tracks in the previous photo but miles west. Gerrard Square is located near Gerrard St. and Carlaw Ave. in Toronto’s east end.

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4 Responses to Street from Above

  1. The street has character. Or a polite way of saying it’s a bit rundown. Using B&W really is the best way to show this kind of scene. Nice work!

    • davecandoit says:

      Thanks Scott. Yeah, this is a little side street that seems to have been pretty much forgotten by the city, except when it’s time to collect taxes, of course. 🙂

  2. I love this photo and the wonderful composition and architecture. It looks so exotic when you live in Paris. Love it. Carla

    • davecandoit says:

      Thank you Carla and thanks for popping by. Checked out your blog and was surprised to see your photo of Giverny. I have a very large print of Monet’s “Boat at Giverny” (1887) in a nice heavy, gold museum frame. I also have a nice copy of van Gogh’s “Cafe Terrace at Night” (1888) – often confused with “Starry Night.” It interesting to actually see a photo of it. I’ve never been to Paris but suspect there might be a couple of things to photograph over there, yeah? 😉

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