Downsview reflections


Downsview Station is the very first or very last (depending on how you look at it) station on the Yonge - University line, or as I like to call it the west side of the yellow U. I live about ten minutes walk from this station and when I go downtown during the week, I usually use the subway. Sadly, I don't get downtown as much these days due to my job. But I guess we all have our priorities. 

If you'd like to see more reflections, take a look at Weekend Reflections.

17 comments:

Rambling Round said...

You really caught a great reflection of the blue sky and clouds.

Lowell said...

That's the trouble with working, it keeps you from doing important stuff! Fortunately, I'm too old to work anymore. So, I am forced to play on the computer, take pictures and putt around golf courses. It's sad, really.

But at least when you get a day off, you can go to the subway and take a nice reflective shot like this which you can then post so the rest of us can enjoy it too. That ain't pocket change!

Paul in Powell River said...

^^^^ - I'm in Lowell's camp!

It does seem odd though, on a nice Toronto day, to go underground!

VP said...

A beautiful reflection and a nice bench!

cieldequimper said...

Oui, je me doutais que VP passerait par là ! :-)

RedPat said...

Cool reflection!

VioletSky said...

The newer stations up on that line are much more interesting than the original ones.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Pretty station~ Yeah, it's terrible the way work interferes with life's priorities isn't it? (I remember those days --- lots of theml ;>)~

'Tsuki said...

The building is so geometrical... Nice catch !

Jack said...

Lowell . . . Paul . . . Sallie . . . Gee, Halcyon, you got a lot of old fogeys reading your blog!

Very truly yours, another old fogey

Halcyon said...

@Jack - I don't see any of you as old fogeys, but more as some of my favourite readers! :D

beagleAnnie said...

Now I understand the reason of the station's nickname.

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

Tell Jack not to be so quick with the "age buckets" - hah! The building was adapted to the gentle curve of the street with interesting angles. Glad to see the blue sky and clouds in the reflection.

Bises,
Genie

Randy said...

Nice looking sky.

Louis la Vache said...

Neat capture, Hal!

«Louis» thanks you for your visit to San Francisco Bay Daily Photo.

Birdman said...

For me subway life is just a 'dream'. I enjoy it when I'm not forced to use it daily.

NixBlog said...

Well-captured reflections!

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