I found this cute little chickie on a storefront around Kensington Market. I think it's a perfect message for a Monday - hope yours is going well! For more murals, take a look at Monday Murals.
I love it when you look up and see blue skies! Things have taken a cold turn again here in Toronto, but I'm sure warm times are just around the corner. For more skies, take a look at Skywatch.
This is a typical strip mall that you'll find around Toronto. Although I don't find these shopping centres very attractive, I had to get a picture of this one because the name "Pants Shortening" really tickled my funnybone. I think it's great that this store has used a name that so aptly describes their services. Perhaps other businesses should take note! For more signs, visit Signs, Signs.
I found this mural of musical greats downtown near the Bathurst subway station. I like this rendition of David Bowie during his Ziggy Stardust days, it's just unfortunate he has that pipe running through his head! For more murals, take a look at Monday Mural.
PS: Happy Victoria day to my Canadian readers! It looks like summer is actually here.
Something about the texture of this stone wall really attracted me. I think it's even better in black and white! Does a wall count as a fence? I hope so! For more fences, visit Friday Fences.
The golf season has officially begun here in Toronto! I kicked off the year with a new golf league at the Cardinal course. It was a fun outing, especially since I won the longest drive competition. Let's hope the warm weather is (finally) here to stay so we can take full advantage of the season. For more signs, take a look at Signs, Signs.
I thought it was time to start the voyage into the summer, but we've got snow in the forecast for today! What's happening Canada? Please someone, send some warm weather our way!
It seems I'm not the only one enjoying this great spring weather! For more skies, visit Skywatch!
This shot may not look super-springy, but warm weather has finally made it's way to the cold tundra of Toronto! The trees are a little bare yet, but just look at that wonderful green grass.
Target stores are a common sight for those of you in the US, but the stores have just recently expanded into Canadian territory much to the excitement of my compatriots. Although it's nice to have the stores closer to home, they still don't feel the same as US Targets to me. Perhaps it's a bit of homesickness. For more signs, take a look at Signs, Signs.