Howdy! Welcome to another episode of As SupremeEvan Stumbles... an ongoing series throughout the summer for PhoTAYgraphy Club.

I know, I know. “Evan, it doesn’t feel like summer anymore!”. Correct, it doesn’t feel like summer anymore, but the Autumnal Equinox isn’t until next Tuesday. So I get to sneak one last summer PhoTAYgraphy club entry in before the deadline.

My brother-in-law and I decided to head into our provincial capital city to nab some shots of high-rises, busy streets, and general oddities you’d only find in bustling cities that house millions of people.


This is the first photo of the night. We just left Union Station and were facing the Fairmont Royal York hotel.

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Couple shots of some buildings before the sky got too dark.

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One of the neat things with Toronto’s Old City hall is that it looks completely out of place, surrounded by glass-encased monster structures.

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New City Hall is a bit of a departure from the old one...

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What trip isn’t complete without some miso soup and Calpico (I had never had it before, it’s not that bad)?

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Our adventure continued down an interestingly lit side street.

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... with this monstrosity at the end of it?

Snapped some shots of our gear at a coffee shop.

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Me, going through some of the photos I’d already taken before we head out for more (taken by brother-in-law).

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Journey continues... Nice try, we know you offer shawarma...

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WTF...

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Found a bookstore that was open at like 10:30 PM with some great (and odd) books.

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Walked onto some church grounds.

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Cool trike.

I wish I lived in a building that had fancy lit up sculptures out front.

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Time to head home, back at Union Station.

My Adidas Gazelles (best shoes), in horrible yellow train car light.