Doors…to market

Kensington Market, Toronto 2015  Kensington Market a walkable bohemian neighbourhood stacked with vintage boutiques, indie shops, arts spaces, grocers, bakeries, cheese shops, trendy bars, cafes, fine dining and casual diners. What attracts me are the windows and doors, resembling cut-outs, in the multicultural ambience of 'plains-clothe' houses with their harlequin-esque facades camouflaging the antiquity of … Continue reading Doors…to market

Toronto Summer–Unionville vibes

Another bright sunny summer day and this time it is Unionville, the historic village in Markham, 33 km north east from Toronto. The quintessential European Village, founded in 1794, owes its existence to the mills in the early 1840s. In fact the name is derived from Ira White's Union Mills.  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unionville,_Ontario The centerpiece of this … Continue reading Toronto Summer–Unionville vibes

Toronto Summer…..Bluffing Away (3)

Happy Summers....... The Toronto weather bemuses us with bright sleazy sunshine one day to cold winds, sneaky ominous clouds and rain drops the next day. For someone from India it is double whammy but we buckle up our belts and do what the locals do... learn the art of dodging weather and stop cribbing.  So … Continue reading Toronto Summer…..Bluffing Away (3)