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Toronto - Final Shot

The Gardiner Expressway separated my apartment complex from Fort York. It’s particularly ugly in what it does to the urban landscape, driving a wedge through it, but it serves an essential purpose, to move through traffic past the city center without tying up city streets. 31 more words

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Toronto - Fort York

As you can probably tell from my past postings, I love historic buildings. Especially old military buildings. Medieval city walls, castles, forts, palaces, you name it, if it’s stone and old, I like visiting. 522 more words

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Toronto - 231 Fort York Boulevard

The building I stayed in at 231 Fort York Boulevard is a thoroughly modern 28-story high rise, composed of glass and steel. At street level, however, the architects softened the impact with a still thoroughly modern, but decidedly more organic, approach. 173 more words

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Toronto Public Library

Just around the corner from my apartment, on Bathurst Street, there is a branch of the Toronto Public Library. As I was passing it, I saw this scene of a lone reader, sitting by the window, deeply engaged in his book. 128 more words

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Portraits - William Quach

Two different portraits I took of my friend William, who toured me around Toronto on Sunday of my weekend visit. Both were taken at the Distillery District, one black-and-white, the other, color. 213 more words

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Toronto Ordinary Objects - CanadaPost Mailbox

Just a quick onesie to add to the Ordinary Objects series:

A pair of CanadaPost mailboxes on a street in downtown Toronto. I would have thought they were power transformers or something if it weren’t for the wrappers that say Canada Post on them. 42 more words

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TIFF - Toronto International Film Festival

Just a few snaps of the people coming and going at the opening weekend of the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF). Normally the intersection of King and John Streets is a hustle-and-bustle with vehicular traffic. 247 more words

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