A photographic look at life in the Greater Toronto Area
I like the template and obviously the bench!
I think that it is great and can't wait to see what you will bring us from Toronto!Bisous,Genie
I noted that dark backgrounds always serve to bring the images in sharp contrast. Good choice. I love the bench and the wording on it!
I will look forward to seeing Toronto through your eyes!
Looks good. We'll miss you down here in the South, of course, but enjoy Toronto. There's a LOT to do.Spadina; Chinatown & close to the ROM.The Danforth; Greek area (great restaurants.)Queen St. W.; 2nd largest Italian community outside of Italy, also a very artsy area.The north end of Bathurst; Jewish area (great restaurants, again.)Toronto has it's own Jazz Festival & many other things. Have fun!As always, feel free to ask any questions.
I love it and am really excited to see more!
All looks good, hope your move is going well. Looking forward to your more of your blog!
Dear Halcyon,Nice picture to begin a long way.Regards,Paulo Camacho
Welcome to town! I look forward to seeing your take on our city. i like the template.
I like the template, Halcyon, but you might consider changing the gray font. It gets lost against the background.
Great template! I look forward to your future posts.
I agree with all, it's great.
Great picture. Nice template.
Hi again, Halcyon. It looks good now. All of the text is nice and sharp against its background. Whatever you did fixed it. (Never have to worry about me telling it like it is . . . it is a lifelong flaw.)
Don't know if you changed anything on the template since the day you asked, but it looks great.I'm discovering your blog today and I like what I see!
O the bench is a lovely photo with which to start a new blog.
Great perspective shot! The yellowy green leaves right behind really set off the gray tones in the bench!
A bench with a name. Good way to start.Mazal tov on your new blog.
I hate the new word verification. Since I have trouble reading those "words", I am assuming others do too.