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Monthly Archives: May 2006
We were in Toronto to visit a number of the buildings that were open to the public as part of the 2006 “Door Open” event. We had spent one day with members of the Ontario Photo Collective and now we … Continue reading
Osgoode Hall – “Doors Open”, Toronto This weekend, we were in Toronto to photograph some of the buildings which would not normally be open to the public for photography. The “Open Doors” weekend provides access to a great many buildings … Continue reading
Fort York – “Doors Open”, Toronto (2006) The original garrison of Fort York was built by Lieutenant Governor John Graves Simcoe in 1793. During the War of 1812, the fort was abandoned in the face of American advances but re-established … Continue reading
The Press Building was one of the buildings which was open to the public for viewing and photographing as part of the “Doors Open” event in Toronto and we were making the circuit with members of the Ontario Photo Collective … Continue reading
One of our selected stops on the Doors Open 2006 tour route was the LCBO retail outlet in the converted train station building on Yonge Street in Toronto. Although the shelves inside house new products in shiny bottles, much of … Continue reading
In addition to having their facilities open for public viewing during the “Doors Open 2006” event, the Steamwhistle Brewing Company also had their small train operating and giving interested visitors a short, though fun, ride along the rails.
Very few people visit Toronto, Ontario without at least taking a peek at the CN Tower. I’ve been there often but this was my first time to be there with a digital SLR. The “Doors Open” Toronto 2006 was underway … Continue reading
We visited this police station as part of the “Doors Open” event in Toronto. The police station is high tech but doesn’t look high tech from the outside because the current police station has been constructed inside of the exterior … Continue reading
Rondeau Provincial Park, Ontario This was the first time that I had ever seen a May-Apple in blossom so despite the rain this was a treat for me to photograph. The flower has a waxy texture to it and is … Continue reading
The water’s edge at Point Pelee National Park is the southernmost point in mainland Canada. It is located close by Leamington, Ontario, home to the Heinz food company.