Toronto, Canada, taken on July 30, 2011
Tim Hortons is as representative of the Canadian culture and spirit as is hockey. Every neighbourhood has its own local Tim Hortons stores and growing up in Toronto, we were never too far from one of them – very convenient when you’re doing your morning coffee run or if you’re craving a midnight donut!
Toronto, Canada, taken on October 4, 2014
The first time I went to Nuit Blanche, I was amazed at “Walk Among Worlds”, an installation by Máximo González that was composed of 7000 inflated balls, each representing one million people on this planet. The sheer size of this display was overwhelming! I was glad they were not balloons…or else I would stay far, far away from this exhibition…
Toronto, Canada, taken on October 16, 2014
Two years ago, I embarked on a very specific quest to find the rainbow on the Don Valley Parkway. It’s a secret landmark in Toronto that many people have seen while driving northbound on the DVP, but I was determined to find the exact place where it was hidden. It turns out that the rainbow bridge (or overpass, cave, whatever you’d like to call it) is found in Moccasin Trail Park, a tranquil little place that not many local Torontonians even know about. But success was mine, and I captured the rainbow, close up!
Toronto, Canada, taken on May 28, 2016
In Toronto, I don’t take the streetcar often even if I do go downtown, though I would like to avoid the necessary evil that is TTC altogether (which is nearly impossible). However, last time I was in Toronto, I hopped onto one of these very colourful streetcars, and with the old city hall as a backdrop, it actually looked quite cool!
Toronto, Canada, taken on October 12, 2015
Nature is God’s work of art and often He shows us his amazing creativity. These beautiful cloud formations were His gift to my family during a long drive from Algonquin Park back to Toronto. Still a while to go, but at least there is a gorgeous view on the highway!