Tuesday, April 05, 2011

Patterns in Toronto

Recurring patterns are found all around Toronto, from the layout of our streets to the rows of windows and frames in office towers. Shade and light, colours and black and white, form and function. The Queen Street West and University Avenue intersection, above - this is one you almost have to run to cross the long roadway on time.

Another pattern of life for many is working hard during the week and enjoying fun activities on the weekend. This coming April 9th and 10th, 2011 you can have fun at the Hobbystar Comic CON (FREE) Fan Appreciation event, the Supershow Spring Motorcycle Show and on Saturday watch the ladies of the Toronto Roller Derby have a bout between the Gore-Gore Rollergirls and Chicks Ahoy.
Stairs leading up to the landing of Rogers Centre.
Ashbridges Bay snow fence - hopefully it will come down soon.
The East York Civic Centre walkway.
Buildings along University Avenue.
Sirius Stage metal Seats at Harbourfront Centre in the Queens Quay area.

There are some beautiful patterns found in the Hooters ladies.

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