Category Archives: Toronto Harbour Front

Full Circle – My Last Post


So here we are, full circle. Here’s a link to my first post, made back on June 1st, 2009. It’s the backside of the building in the photo above — The Gooderham Building, at Church St. and Front St. in … Continue reading

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Toronto Harbour Front


This photo was taken back in the winter down at the harbour front in Toronto. As you can see, there was no snow.

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Skywatch Friday – Tug on Toronto Waterfront


I took this photo last summer and even though I did post it way back when I’m sure most of you haven’t seen it. This was taken with my wee p & s camera from the Toronto Island. I thought … Continue reading

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Birds on Ice


Happy Saturday everyone. Thought I’d post a photo with some nice blue sky in it, since we haven’t seen any here in Toronto in a week, it seems. But today’s sunnier than flying pan full of eggs, although a bit … Continue reading

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Enjoy The Lakeview! -Adere


You might be quick to guess this must be another Brickworks photo, but in fact it was taken down along Toronto’s harbour front. This is the side of an enormous set of concrete grain silos that have been sitting abandoned … Continue reading

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Statues in Silhouette


Here’s a photo of the statues at Ireland Park down at Toronto’s waterfront. I’m not really sure what it’s all about since I didn’t take the time to read up on it, but I do find it ironic that our … Continue reading

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My New Yacht


So a funny thing happened on my way to the camera store… I was all set to buy a new camera when some guy asks if I’d be interested in buying his yacht instead. Sounded like a good deal and … Continue reading

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Toronto Wave Deck


Down at Toronto’s harbour front we have a section of boardwalk called a “wave deck.” The purpose is to, um, well, show off new and creative ways to waste taxpayer dollars during a recession. I think most everyone understands the … Continue reading

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Masts on Blue


Here’s another photo from yesterday. I also shot the whole boat but thought the colours of the mast with the blue background really worked. If you look closely, you can still see the smudge, albeit faintly.

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