Posts Tagged: walking toronto

the way light just falls on things

Sometimes light falls on things in a fleeting moment. The subtlety of the moment can be so quick and startling that you suspect it was placed in front of you just so you’ll open your eyes and see.

Evening walk in the 'hood. #finding-beauty #Toronto #distillery-district #toronto_insta

walking about – church street

Pawn shop
Toronto's Church Street is known for a few things; well, beautiful churches, for one.  And the city's marvellous Gay Village.  And, one might say, least illustrious amongst the three, pawn shops.

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walking about

Osgood Hall
The iron fencing at Osgood Hall, University Avenue at Queen Street, Toronto.  The purples and blues courtesy of dusk, on the shortest day of the year.  Those colours, that light – beautiful thing #79.

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walking about

Monument threeSt. George the Martyr Anglican Church (1845), John Street, Toronto.

Only the bell tower remains after a fire in 1955.  When I was searching out its details online, I found it in a list of "Toronto's Best Makeout Spots."

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