Midtown Toronto and a Big Shift
I met up with my friend Jo-Anne a few weeks ago to wander around her neighbourhood in midtown Toronto, haven't photo walked around Yonge-Eglington, ever. So that had to change. Jo-Anne and I both shot with Pentax Spotmatic II's, it seamed like the right camera for this outing. What I didn't know this photowalk marked a big shift, but I'll get to that in a second.
We had the makings of a great photowalk because started on Yonge St. just north of Eglington and wandered up to the Alexander Miur Gardens and worked our way through the ravine trail network to Bayview and walked back to Broadway and over to Mt. Pleasant to have lunch at the Granite Brewpub (a fabulous spot for beer and food). It was at a point after lunch we went from friends to more than just friends. Jo-Anne and I have been friends for a couple of years now after being introduced via mutual friend on a photowalk back in I think 2018.
Yes there are going to be more photowalks north of Bloor St. and I have my beloved to explore with me.
Camera: Asahi Pentax Spotmatic II, Super Multicoated Takumar lenses.
Film: Kodak Ektar 100.