Anyone from in and around Toronto will know this building. It’s probably in the top ten most photographed spots in Toronto. This is the Toronto beaches, only a short drive from my house. It’s not often I photograph this structure or bother posting it, since it’s been shot to death and in many better ways than I’ve captured it. But I keep trying whenever I’m down on the lake. I snapped this one Christmas day on my way home from downtown. Man was it cold and windy. Not like today mind you. I woke up to – 22 C outside, but it did warm up to a balmy -17 C in the afternoon. By Saturday it’s supposed to be + 5 C, which is practically t-shirt ans shorts weather for us Canadians. Anyway, hope you like the shot.
Dave, The Lazy Photographer
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