From Regent Park to Kensington Market

Row of houses slated for demolition in Regent Park, making way for another condo
Dundas St looking west towards Yonge/Dundas intersection, which is the centre of Toronto’s downtown core.
Cops on horseback following a Covidiot protest up Spadina Ave in Toronto’s Chinatown.
Popular vegetable market in Kensington Market, which recently reopened after a large fire gutted the store.

Here are some more of my recent colour images from around downtown Toronto. The first image I made only this afternoon. Thought I better get it before the big snowfall heading our way tomorrow. I’ve been waiting for a sunny day for a few weeks now so I could capture it.

If you care to see my b/w photography, check me out on Instagram.

Hope you’re all getting on well in the new year. Won’t be too much longer before things return to normal. Sadly, the number of failed retailers, restaurant and cafes in our city is just staggering. Such a shame. I hope to never see a year like last’s again in my lifetime.

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