Taking a break
People at Dundas Square earlier today just chilling on the benches This should be a nice break from all those gloomy Toronto pics that I've been uploading recently.... well, the weather was still gloomy but at least its somewhat colourful, yes? I'm kinda bummed that we ended up not going to the beach today due to the weather but it was a fun day downtown nonetheless. Why must the weather not cooperate whenever my friends and I plan an outing!?? Oh wells.... On a side note, I learned…
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This image is for sale on Getty: Getty Images. The eight locks of the Rideau Canal. Ottawa, Ontario. 8 locks Lift: 24.1 m or 79 ft Time to get through locks: 1.5 hours The Rideau Canal is North America's oldest operating 19th-century canal. Most of the locks are still cranked open by old-fashioned muscle power. The original purpose of the Rideau Canal was to provide a safe supply route between Montreal and the Great Lakes in case of attack by the United States. The canal was…
Radar: Goin' Down The Road, 6th Toronto Turkish Festival, An Evening with JM Frey, Russian Circles
FILM | Goin' Down The RoadAn unusual event for The Revue Cinema, tonight's film screening of Don Shebib's 2011 sequel Goin' Down The Road will pair...
This is the best part of the final approach on my way to Pearson. Note that you can see New York State from this altitude, right at the edge of Lake Ontario. (See large) And the rainbow, that was the circ polarizer going at it with the cabin windows.