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The Annex, now over one hundred years old, is not only the most eclectic of Toronto’s affluent neighbourhoods but also the most heterogeneous community. Long-term residents blend with young families and transient University of Toronto students, giving the Annex a …(The Annex Neighbourhood Central Toronto continued…)
Category Archives: Toronto Photo Of The Week
When was the last time you watched a good baseball game? The Toronto Blue Jays are Toronto’s official baseball team that plays at the Sky Dome stadium.
The Ontario Legislative Building is located at the heart of Queen’s park, surrounded by the historic grounds of the University of Toronto’s St. George campus. Don’t miss our upcoming photo essay that allows you to look inside this beautiful building!
A little reminder how it’s going to look during the summer season in Toronto. Hitting the Sugar Beach during the lunch break isn’t too bad, right?
A busy Toronto junction looks just like a shot of a toy model after Nic experimented with new camera techniques. A different shot of Harbourfront than what we usually get to see, definitely!
The domed rotunda of Convocation Hall belonging to the campus of the University of Toronto was built in 1907 and can seat over 1000 people as audience for the annual convocation ceremonies or many academic and social functions. We are …(Photo of The Week – Convocation Hall continued…)
Don Valley Brick Works is not only a former industrial site successfully turned into an environmentally-focused community and cultural centre run by Evergreen. The park that surrounds its grounds is also a great spot for long walks.
Almost an obligatory shot, when you visit Toronto! It’s taken from the observation deck of the 553.33 metre high concrete communications and observation tower and Toronto’s most famous landmark, the CN Tower.
Get a little creative with your photography and try to look at regular things as new sources of inspiration. Lovely shot, John!
Bata Shoe Museum in Toronto is not your usual gallery! Its vast collection featuring over 10,000 shoes takes you through the fascinating and long history of footwear all around the world.
A thunder storm is about to hit Toronto and these two boys have crawled to their roof to watch the natural spectacle. Hopefully, our CN Tower won’t get hit by a lightning!
The gorgeous Victorian-style conservatory “Palm House” was built by architect Robert McCallum in 1910 and is designated under the Ontario Heritage Act. Find out more about historic landmarks of Toronto in our upcoming photo essay!
On the first sight, this looks like a part of a Moon landscape. In reality, you are looking at Toronto Port lands with their strange mix of nature, industrial, and big box stores.
Kew Beach is a lovely stretch of sand, park, and boardwalk running from Kew Gardens to Silver Birch Avenue in Toronto’s east end. Always busy during the summer, the pier near its lifeguard station looks a bit lonely in the …(Photo of the Week – Kew Beach Pier continued…)
When the weather in Toronto gets just a little bit better, the streets are swarmed by many musicians and street performers to please to crowds.
Maple Leaf Gardens is a historic arena in downtown Toronto that is considered one of the “cathedrals” of ice hockey. Toronto Maple Leafs used to play here from 1931 to 1999.
One of the finest examples of the excellent work by the architect Frank Gehry is this wooden staircase in the Art Gallery of Ontario. Stunning piece!
During Doors Open Toronto people get to visit places that are normally closed or have restricted access for public. This is a shot of a hallway in the Academic Resource Centre building at University of Toronto in Scarborough.
A room in the McCormick Estate at De La Salle College, called also the “Oaklands” which is an independent Catholic school in Toronto founded in 1851. What a view!
A stunning simple composition from Lake Ontario that makes such a strong and beautiful photo! This definitely requires large format when printing.
The Winter Garden Theatre sits on top of The Elgin Theatre and is part of the last remaining Edwardian double-decker theatres from the beginning of the 20th century in the whole world! What an amazing shot!
Use the white snow cover to your advantage when experimenting with photography!
Toronto has some great looking subway stations, just like the Yorkdale one. Do not miss the whole photo essay on TTC coming up soon!
Christmas might be over, but the Christmas trees are still standing strong reminding us of the great time we’ve had last week!
What a snow storm! White winter in Toronto is nice but only when its frosty and bright!
Get into the festive mood by visiting Lowe’s Toronto Christmas Market in the Distillery District. It is beautiful after it gets dark and all the attractions light up. Look out for our photo essay from this magical place next week!
Reflections in the windows make a great subject. And there are many to inspire you along the Toronto Harbour!
Amazing shot from the Humber Bay neighbourhood, looking over to Downtown. The waterfront of the Palace Pier Park features the Martin Goodman Trail that is great for walking or biking!
Another busy day in Downtown Toronto. Selective retouches are a great way how to point to the traffic signs in the monochrome surroundings.
Everyone who lived in Toronto long enough, got already used to squirrels everywhere. But the tourists still get pretty excited, right? A sweet capture, Guilhem!
This photo represents such a harmony and calmness, both in its composition and in the beautiful colors of the sky meeting Lake Ontario.