Posts Tagged ‘Canada’
“No Lifeguard on Duty”
Back when I was still going to school, I used to have quite a bit of spare time. I spent a lot of that spare time going out and taking photo walks and one of my most favourite places to visit was Woodbine Beach…. Woodbine Beach in the wintertime to be more specific. I love how the beach is so empty during the winter season, devoid of the people that usually crowd in during the summertime. I’ve never actually been to Woodbine Beach in the summertime (I’m allergic to heat… and I have sweating issues… lol), but from what I’ve heard the crowds can get pretty thick during those times.
There aren’t that many things to see at Woodbine Beach; mostly sand, sand, water, and more sand, so there really aren’t that many things to take pictures of. I really just go there to spend some quiet alone time along the shores of Lake Ontario. The pictures are really just a bonus. Looking back at these pictures makes me wish I had more time to just go out and take pictures again…. *sigh*
Here are a couple of shots that I’ve taken during my many trips to Woodbine Beach in the wintertime.
“Caution, bench may not be suitable for sitting”
“Enjoying the sunset”
“Leuty Lifeguard Station in Infrared”
“Sunset at Woodbine – You can see the silhouette of the CN Tower in the distance.”
“Dusk at the Beaches”
“Cute little pug (that I forgot to ask what his/her name was)”
We went on a quick stroll today through the grounds at Toronto’s Allan Gardens and saw that there were a couple of dog owners with their dogs inside the off-leash area so we decided to take a quick detour into the area and subsequently met these guys. Seeing these dogs makes me miss my dogs back home. To the owners of these adorable dogs, thank you very much for letting us play with them even for just a litlle bit!
“Rocco, the poser”
“Panorama of the Toronto Harbourfront”
I took a walk at Toronto’s Harbourfront in March during one of those weirdly warm days. It was about 20 degrees Celcius that day and that kind of weather is May type of weather so it was a very refreshing walk that early in the year after being cooped up indoors all winter-long. I spent a couple hours up and down the harbour just taking pictures. Here are the pictures that resulted from that photo walk.