Chinatown Mural, Toronto

Part 1 of a mural in Chinatown

Anxiety had me awake at 4:30 this morning. I did some work, had a shower, took Maude out for her morning washroom break, grabbed a coffee from Starbucks and went for a long walk by 7:30. Toronto is never more impressive than when asleep. The streets are strikingly bare, right before the poor bastards begin their early morning commute. I love how quiet Toronto can be, it helps clear my head and calms my nerves. I walked all the way to Kensington Market up Dundas and then South on Spadina through Queen West and then back home where I sit now typing this entry. The morning Spring brings with it such feelings of possibility. I can’t think of anything more exhilarating, can you?

Chinatown Mural 2, Toronto

Part 2 of mural in Chinatown

Chinatown, Toronto

A small section of Chinatown in Toronto

Kensington Street, Toronto

Kensington Street at 8 in the morning.

Synagogue, Kensington Market

A synagogue in Kensington Market

Synagogue, Kensington Market

Simple yet beautiful

Mural at AGO

Street art behind the Art Gallery of Ontario

Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO)

The Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO). The Picasso exhibit begins May 1.

Campbell House Museum, Toronto

The Campbell House Museum on Queen St. W.

Canadian Opera Company, Toronto

Toronto Canadian Opera Company

Osgoode Hall, Toronto

Osgoode Hall Law School

Old City Hall, Toronto

Old City Hall

St. Lawrence Hall

St. Lawrence Hall

Harlem Toronto

Great caribbean cuisine on Richmond St. E.

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