Welcome to THEJNSREPORT’S: Toronto Photo Walk Pt.4
Press Play It was overcast and cool all day yet according to the lights going up the spire on the Canada Life Building the temperature outside was going up.Here we are outside the U.S Embassy.
The Great Seal of the U.S.A. At the U.S Embassy
Across from the Skating rink is Toronto’s City Council building where they have city council meetings. The building design looks like something out of the Jetson’s.
Much like at Rockefeller Center. Canadians like the ice skate rink.
Absolutely love this shot! Catching the local news doing what they do.
From the skate rink we made our way to a pretty large mall and began to walk through.
Once inside we could see clearly things were already set for the Holiday Season as decorations were up throughout the mall.
From the reindeer to the “Christmas Tree”. I’d never seen a tree quite like this one. This was exceptional to see in person. And of course I had to get a closeup of what it looked like underneath.After stopping in a few stores we made our way to the rear of the mall towards Dundas Street.
Once outside we got a taste of Toronto’s version of Times Square.
Dundas Street definitely was certainly alive with lights, signs, plenty of people and foot traffic. If you look closely you can see Spiderman in the background on his cell. LOLWhen we spotted this guy we had to stop and check out his performance. We’d seen street performers like this back in the states but not sure they were as good as this guy.
I included a short video of his performance live. Check it out below.From here we crossed Dundas St and stumbled upon a street fair a little ways up Yonge street.
Street fairs are usually fun when one has the time to walk through and if the streets aren’t too crowded. Fortunately both things were true for us this day.
This street fair wasn’t too big or too small, I think it safe to say it was just right. 😉I don’t blame him for wearing something to cover the legs it was bit cold out.
This girl came strutting her stuff by & I was obliged to take her picture.
Queen and Beaver??? Nuff said LOL 😀Never heard of her before now but this woman can sing.
Look who came to the fair. Toronto’s “Frosty” The Snow Man. It was also pretty cool that they had ice sculptures for people to take pictures in, on and around.
It began to get dark pretty quickly and I not loving the cold as I don’t kept my behind far from the cold seat but I did snap a few shots of it as it changed colors as well as some of the other ice sculptures.
Here’s someone that was all about that throne.Check out this ice sculpture of a polar bear.
Lastly, I leave you with this shot of Santa in his sleigh lead by “Rudolph”. Well, this is where our Photo Walk ends. Toronto until next time (preferably during the summer). This has been THEJNSREPORTS: Toronto Photo Walk Pt.4
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