20211017 Grocery Run in Queen West

I needed something for dinner, something for dessert, and I can always use a walk.

Looking east down Queen to Bathurst
The seldom spotted Red Tesla Model 3, where Tecumseth meets Palmerston on Queen St.
A classic white Range Rover parked on the street
Tecumseth and Palmerston at Queen, without a red Tesla Model 3
The Salvation Army shelter at Queen and Tecumseth
These houses won’t be around too much longer, reminds me of a song
Queen and Bathurst, a convenience store dedicated to one of the not so good Drag Race songs
The condo behind here, is certainly a sign of things to come for these houses. Eventually we’ll be walking past yet another glass and brick podium like on any other major street in Toronto.
Looking north to Queen on Shadowy Bathurst
Sunshine beaming over the garden at St. Mary’s church at Adelaide and Bathurst
It isn’t Stanley Park, I don’t know which park it is, but it’s got a neat structure in it.
A tram passing by on King St with an INS really popping out next to the wine rack
Meant to be a photo of a VIA Rail ad, but you can’t always get what you want
Nice to see some Halloween decorations on a street between King and Queen
The wall looks a bit out of place, but it’s historical. It was built by the people kept at the hospital which is now CAMH
Looking east down Queen St, the shadow gives me a feeling I had Totoro standing next to me.
You can walk down a major street in Toronto, and then down the side there’ll be trees and houses
Neat branding with the logo, typeface and juxtaposition. There are a lot of ways to market this product to a lot of audiences, it’s rare for me to see it done so, ‘elegantly’
I will never ever remember to go and buy them, but I’m sure they’d be the best Perogies I could buy.
St. Mary’s Church at Adelaide and Bathurst
This place would be so spooky on Halloween. It’s a public washroom in Stanley Park. Never seen another washroom in a park quite like this one.
A TTC bus zooming past me
A TTC bus that has passed by me
Stanley and King
An important message in the window
Looking east down King St by Stanley Park
The perfect place to sit in Toronto. Cute bench, ATM, greenery, and a Pumpkin watching over you.
Late Afternoon Stanley Park
Washroom at Stanley Park
Looking west on King St at Tecumseth