Thursday, June 6, 2013

Photo Thursday: An Old-Fashioned Door in Toronto

Pictures of Toronto seem to focus on the CN Tower and the modern glass skyscrapers that dominate the skyline. However, that is only part of Toronto's architectural story (and a recent part at that!). Throughout the city, early buildings have been preserved completely or in part, like the classic church hidden behind this door.  
It's a city that requires slowing down a bit to see the details.

This is my contribution to Travel Photo Thursday at Nancie's Budget Traveler's Sandbox. Head on over and see what she's posted this week and then follow the links to images from around the world.

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  1. Thanks. We walked by here almost every day, but this time the light was perfect!

  2. I loved my photo tour through Kensington Market as I tend to go to the same places on every visit to Toronto. Lovely capture and so great to meet you.

    1. Great to meet you too, Leigh. There is a lot to see in Toronto - I don't think it is a city that could ever bore anyone!

  3. It is nice to see the old sprinkled amongst the new. We loved Toronto and walked through many different areas. Kensington Market was close to where we stayed near Spadina Station, and we walked around Chinatown and Little India as well. Lots of different aspects to Toronto.


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