Metro Toronto

Lawrence Underpass Mural 2015

Essencia Art Collective Bruno Smoky Shalak Attack Fiya Bruxa
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Toronto's Sugar Beach

Canada’s Sugar Beach is a whimsical new park that transformed a surface parking lot in a former industrial area into Toronto’s second urban beach at the water’s edge. Located at the foot of Lower Jarvis Street adjacent to the Redpath Sugar Factory, the 8500 square metre (2 acre) park is the first public space visitors see as they travel along Queens Quay from the central waterfront. The park’s brightly coloured pink beach umbrellas and iconic candy-striped rock outcroppings welcome visitors to the new waterfront neighbourhood of East Bayfront. The design for Canada’s Sugar Beach, by Claude Cormier + Associés draws upon the industrial heritage of the area and its relationship to the neighbouring Redpath Sugar factory. The park features three distinct components: an urban beach; a plaza space; and a tree-lined promenade running diagonally through the park. 25 Dockside Dr Toronto, ON M5A 1B6 43.643277, -79.367512
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Coronation Park

These photos where taken at Coronation Park facing Coronation Park, 711 Lake Shore Blvd W Toronto, ON M5V 3T7 43.633655, -79.404999
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Toronto Graffiti Art 2013

Shots I took in Toronto summer of 2013. Graffiti Alley in The Fashion District runs south of Queen Street West from Spadina Avenue to Portland Street beginning at 1 rush lane.
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St. Lawrence Market in Toronto

St. Lawrence Market in Toronto It November 1st and the coldest day so far this Fall and the first sight of snow flurries in the GTA. St. Lawrence market has been around since 1803, it began with a wooden building and in 1831 a brick building was erected. I love going to the market there, the colours and smells are amazing. From the fresh fruit to the aged cheese, this market has something for everyone. Buskers playing for change just add to the atmosphere. Needless to say, today I have a tiny harvest in my trunk that will yield many delicious entree’s this week. Yummy to my tummy.
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