Archive for July 2014
Today’s posting is another aggregation of Instagram photos I’ve taken in Toronto over the past week, on Bloor Street, near Yonge and Dundas, around Church and Wellesley, and finally in Kensington Market.
(Normal posting will hopefully resume tomorrow, when I actually get a working laptop.)
Planters of the future, on Bloor west of Dovercourt
Looking west on Edward Street
The rainbow flag and the flag of Canada, outside of Buddies in Bad Times
Construction tower for 66 Isabella, Church and Isabella
Front garden, 575 Church Street
Looking into Cawthra Park from Church
Pink flowers, grey wall on Nassau Street
Looking north on Augusta Avenue
Leaving Toronto on Saturday the 19th, I saw plenty of things at Toronto Pearson International Airport. Take the sight of pedestrians crossing with their luggage.
Normal, too, was seeing the 192 Airport Rocket ready to depart.
WestJet planes were lined up and visible from the terminals.
The WestJet plane sent to take me back to Toronto looked rather beautiful in the early dawn light.
The Stanhope beach is a favourite beach of mine, a beautiful white sand beach stretching out along the shore of the Gulf of St. Lawrence. I posted last year`s photos here this March. Below are what I think are the highlights of this year`s visit.