Toronto Photo Of The Week

Toronto captured on camera by local photographers. Regularly updated Toronto photo of the week.

Photo of The Week – TTC Stop

Photo of The Week – TTC Stop
Stop by Kenny Louie

TTC was Canada's first completed subway system. The first line was built under Yonge Street, which opened in 1954 with 12 stations. Since then, many lines followed and today you could not imagine your everyday life without catching one of these fast trains.…

Photo of The Week – The Crystal

Photo of The Week – The Crystal
The Crystal by Matt Watson

The new main entrance to the Royal Ontario Museum, Daniel Libeskind's The Crystal, first opened in 2007 and today belongs to one of the signature architectural marks of Toronto. Looking like something that fell from the sky and hit the Downtown in a high speed, it is a landmark not …

Photo of The Week – Casa Loma Gardens

Photo of The Week – Casa Loma Gardens
Casa Loma Gardens by Viera Prievoznikova

Many flowering shrubs and trees in Casa Loma Gardens provide an impressive array of foliage, texture and form in these historic gardens located in the shadow of the magnificent castle. The ever-changing colours of this brilliant floral mosaic invite visitors all season long.…

Photo of The Week – Modern Home

Photo of The Week – Modern Home

The upscale residential neighbourhoods in the former city of North York (which is now part of Toronto) such as Lytton Park, Teddington Park or Bridle Path are full of beautiful mansions and examples of modern architecture.…

Photo of The Week – Toronto Underpass Park

Photo of The Week – Toronto Underpass Park
Underpass Park by Rick Harris

Toronto Underpass Park is located under and around the Eastern Avenue, Richmond and Adelaide overpasses and is the most extensive park ever built under an overpass in Canada serving the community!…

Photo of The Week – Pedestrian Bridge

Photo of The Week – Pedestrian Bridge
Pedestrian Bridge by J P D

From time to time, it's nice to see Toronto on the good old black & white. It looks great especially with new contemporary architecture such as this beautiful bridge joining Front Street to the condos on South side of the railway tracks.…

Photo of The Week – Cloud Gardens Conservatory

Photo of The Week – Cloud Gardens Conservatory
Cloud Gardens Conservatory in Toronto

Cloud Gardens Conservatory is a charming green oasis tucked away from the busy Yonge Street that not even some Torontonians know about.The monument outside the structure was designed by Margaret Priest and is made of squares that each represent one of the building trades. Benson Kua has captured its beauty.…