As some of you may or may not know I’m a member of a photography club and in late September some of the members met at the Distillery District for an evening photo walk followed by dinner. I’ve been to so focused (no pun intended) on my images from Italy that I didn’t get a chance to process my images from that outing until this weekend.
There’s still plenty of Italy images that I’ll share but thought I would take a break this week and share a few images that are closer to home.
The Distillery is located east of Downtown Toronto and displays the best preserved Victorian Industrial Architecture in North America. I’ll share more of the history of this wonderful place in my next post.
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I hope everyone had a great weekend. I tell you with the holidays coming up so quickly life has gotten even more hectic than usual. Today’s shot is another one taken last week at the Christmas Market at the Distillery District. These old dodge automobiles are all over the Distillery District. I had to squeeze myself and my tripod into a tight corner to get this angle so that I could include all the awesome christmas lights.
I actually converted this to a B&W image as well and asked my husband’s opinion on which one he liked more. He picked colour. I’ve upload the B&W version to my Facebook Page. Have a look and let me know what you think.
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Art & The Vintage Car…sounds like the title to an unusual book (or post) Actually the two don’t really have anything in common except being located in the same area of town.
Welcome to this week’s edition of iPhone Friday. I’m taking you back to the Distillery district just one more time. First the art. There’s a unique and wonderful gallery located in the Distillery called CubeWorks. You have to check out their site. Art work is created from Rubik’s cube pieces, have a look below.
Next…the vintage car. This wonderful vintage Dodge is permanently parked and on display at the Distillery. For all you vintage car fans…yes it really is this cool looking.