Thursday, 27 October 2016

Bronze sculptures

My discovery walk this week was around Toronto's Financial District and part of Yonge Street.

For those who are new to Toronto, the Financial District is where the major bank towers are located, with the main intersection at King and Bay Streets. The major banks include Bank of Montreal, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC), Royal Bank of Canada, Scotiabank, and Toronto Dominion (TD) Bank.

Yonge Street is a major route that connects the shores of Lake Ontario and Lake Simcoe, a distance of 86 km long. Walking along Yonge Street, you'll pass by all the major intersections in Toronto. It's great for people watching and general exploration. You can also buy a day pass to ride the subway train which has stops along Yonge Street, between Finch and Front Streets, and hop on hop off to explore different areas of Toronto.

Here are some pictures from my walk. Click to enlarge them.

Immigrant Family by Tom Otterness

TemBo, Mother of Elephants by Derrick S. Hudson

The Pasture by Joe Fafard
A close up of one of the seven bronze cows
Untitled work

Hope you enjoy the pictures.

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