Toronto Through My Lens

Month: August 2022 (Page 1 of 4)

Today’s PhotoWalk

It was a beautiful day today, so naturally I went for a photowalk with my trusty camera. I wandered down to the Esplanade then back, capturing the city on a Saturday afternoon. Here’s a few shots from earlier today.

[Note: this is an older blog post from July 2021 which I’ve brought over from my general blog site, Ramblings. I’ve posted it here on TOcityscapes as it’s in keeping with this blog’s topic.]

St. James Cathedral Centre Event Venue
65 Church Street
Market Street
St. Lawrence Market
“Dream Ballet” by Harley Valentine
Outside Meridian Hall, southeast corner of Front and Yonge Streets
Part of “Dream Ballet” (left) and surrounding towers
Leonard chills out, promoting Canada Post’s new stamp
Yonge Street and Wellington Street West
Chess at Yonge-Dundas Square
Yonge Street Music History Murals – Part II
On south-facing building at 423 Yonge Street

Kensington Market Street Art

There’s fantastic street art to be found while wandering Kensington Market. I was there recently for one of the Market’s Pedestrian-only Sundays, so I checked out some of the street art. I know there’s still much more to be discovered there, so a second trip is definitely in the works.

Alleyway artwork off Augusta Avenue
Alleyway artwork off Augusta Avenue
Alleyway artwork off Augusta Avenue
Alleyway artwork off Augusta Avenue
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