Statue in the park facing the Stratford Festival Theatre.
A little bit of hardy growth in the folded rock of the Precambrian Shield – Northern Ontario
A beautiful sunny facade of a stately home in Kingston, Ontario.
Stratford Festival Theatre in Stratford Ontario
Queen Street West, Toronto – 10 years ago
2002 Queen Street West, Toronto – too much for MUCH?
On the west side of Canada’s parliament is the cozy shelter for the cats who are allowed free access to the interior of the buildings, presumable through a tunnel system. The shelter sits atop a steep hillside which likely is used as their litterbox. I’m told these admirable felines keep the rodent population away from all the treasured documents and books.
On the Bay of Fundy – a whale watching operation. (2007)
In Kingston, Ontario, sits old Fort Henry, which is placed where the St. Lawrence River meets Lake Ontario., gateway into the Great Lakes Basin.
Seen on the sidewalk: Queen Street West in Toronto.
Where cars and trucks dare not venture.
Lake Huron’s gift
A clock and barometer dressed in finery at Casa Loma, Toronto
Devilish days of (not so) long ago
Beauty lives forever
This building in downtown Toronto always catches my eye
The Canadian Prairies as a storm approaces from the west.
An Indian observes the foot traffic on the far side of Queen Street West in downtown Toronto
Some reading for a cold, windy night.
The Toronto Streetcar
Cute little thingy