FIVE PHOTOGRAPHS FROM THE CITY OF TORONTO ARCHIVES – 1922-1988

<Photos – 1 – Royal York Hotel looking east, 1988> – 2 – <Adelaide and Portugal Square, looking west, 1990> – 3 – <Cafeteria, Whitney Block, Queens Park, January 29, 1927> – 4 – <Southwest corner of Yonge Street at Manor Road, November 15, 1922> – 5 – <New City Hall from the Toronto Dominion Centre, January, 1968>

SATURDAY WAS A SNOW DAY, SO STEVEN EVANS & HIS WIFE, CYNDI, WENT OUT FOR A WALK

STEVEN EVANS wrote: “(Our plan was) to walk the links at the Rosedale Golf Club. When we left the house it was bright and sunny. By the time we arrived, snow squalls swept over us. The lake effect snow provided some wonderful texture to photograph.” <Photo above> – that’s Cyndi making most of the day.  To see more of Steven’s work go to this address – http://www.stevenevansphotography.com/

FROM THE ULTIMATE WINDOW SEAT IN 2013, CHRIS HADFIELD PHOTOGRAPHED CANADA IN WINTER

Born in SARNIA, Ontario in 1959, former Royal Canadian Air Force fighter pilot, CHRIS HADFIELD, circled the globe aboard the International Space Station.  His images appeared in newspapers and other media around the world. As the Space Station passed over the largest country in the world – Canada – Chris took pictures of our landscapes,  and some cities and towns.  PHOTOS BY CHRIS HADFIELD BELOW – 1)  TORONTO by day.  2) MONTREAL by day. 3) TORONTO (left), MONTREAL (right), 350 miles in between. 4) WINNIPEG, Manitoba.5) QUEBEC CITY at night.6) DETROIT (top), WINDSOR, Ontario (bottom) by night.7) CALGARY. Alberta.8) VANCOUVER, British Columbia