Tag Archives: Heritage Lighting Event
To be really honest, I can’t recall if I already posted this photo, but my gut says no. (Yep, I have a talking gut.) This photos is from my Heritage Lighting Event last fall.
Here are two view of the St. Lawrence Market. With the first I’m standing on the north/east corner of Jarvis St. & Front St. facing south/west. In the second I’m standing on the centre median at Church St. facing east. … Continue reading
Here’s a night photo of the St. Lawrence Hall building, at King St. and Jarvis St., just north of the St. Lawrence Market. This was one of the buildings featured in the Heritage Lighting Event back in October to mark … Continue reading
I know… not so much. This street eats truck is located out front of Toronto’s Silly Hall (some still call it City Hall). I can’t recall the last time I ate from a truck out front of City Hall. I … Continue reading
I saw this window on a side street downtown and just thought it would make a good photo. Not sure why, really. I guess part of it is I like the lighting and the red walls. The object on the … Continue reading
Here’s another photo from my heritaging lighting event outing. This is just north of the St Lawrence Market area.
This is a street photo of the inside of one of our older banks in downtown Toronto. Quite opulent.
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 … Continue reading
You’re probably wondering what the heck this is. It’s a reflection in a neon sign with a mirrored backing that sits out front of one of the large bank buildings in downtown Toronto. I thought it seemed like a cool … Continue reading