Toronto Christmas Market Photo Essay

Toronto Life
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Make your wish under the Christmas tree.

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We are introducing a brand new series of Photo Essays! Have a look at amazing Photo Sets all shot by talented photographers. Explore the vibe of the city, its hidden treasures, meet the Torontonians! This time, let's have a look at Toronto through the lens of Carlos Bolivar!

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45-foot white spruce.

This holiday season, we Torontonians are celebrating the romance and magic of a traditional Christmas again at Lowe's Toronto Christmas Market. This lovely event captures all of the tradition, heritage, and charm of a European Christmas Market. Wander around the picturesque streets of the Distillery District and lose yourself in the smells and sounds of the festive season. Like every year, the Distillery District is filled with local craftspeople and food vendors for holiday fun!

And it wouldn't be a proper Christmas without making our wishes under the Christmas tree – in this case, under a 45-foot white spruce, where you can warm up with complimentary chocolate, mulled wine, or hot rum while listening to carollers, a children's choir, or trumpeters. 

Of course, Santa and his reindeer are there too!

Dates: November 19–December 15

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Have one of many delicious Christmas cakes!
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Children love this place.
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This is a paradise for foodies!
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Meet the Photographer

Carlos Bolivar
Carlos Bolivar

Colombian photographer based in Toronto, started with analog Photography in 2003, then jumping to the digital world in 2005. His photographic areas are mainly street, landscapes, portrait and beauty.


One thought on “Toronto Christmas Market Photo Essay

December 8, 2013 at 5:01 pm

Great Gallery Carlos, I especially liked the first photograph. Keep on snapping.

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