Smoke break at the Wheat Sheaf

Let’s start this snowy, cold Sunday with something dark, gritty and black & white. Fitting for a grey morning in Toronto. The Wheat Sheaf is a tavern located at Bathurst St. & King St. in Toronto’s west end. As a matter of fact, it’s Toronto’s oldest tavern — in continuous operation since 1849, which is 18 years before confederation. I snapped this shot from the hip last weekend near the end of our walk, which is why it’s a tad blurry, but I like blurry sometimes. I think this works.

So I’m heading downtown this morning for Dim Sum with the photo walks group, followed by a very short and cold photo walk. I know I’m not going to last long, but that’s fine, at least I’ll be out. Hope you’re having some Sunday fun today.

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