Photographer's Note

Taken the same day as my previous photo. This is at the intersection of Dundas Street and Spadina Avenue, on the west side of downtown Toronto. Cable cars travel here. I didn't wait around for one to go by, because the wind chill was several degrees below freezing, this day. Hence, the lack of the usual throngs of people that you would see in Chinatown when the weather is better. Call this series, "what busy areas look like when it's too hard to be outside in the winter."

I'm not as fond of this picture, but it does hold some charm for me. You can see the how the boulevard is split with the tram stops in the center of the road. And if you look carefully, you can see the government building in the center of the road, several blocks away. I've plotted this one on the map, if you'd like to find this area in Toronto.

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