Toronto Street Photography
This Photo Art of the Week belongs to Rossana Coriandoli. You’re looking at a 16”x24” Canvas Print with a black floater frame.
Rossana tells us, “This photo was taken at the intersection of King and Bathurst streets, in Toronto. It depicts an area of the city that is quickly changing these days as a result of the city's demographic growth. The photo shows the electrical wires that overhang the intersection, and on which the city's streetcars run, and you can see one of the city's old streetcars to the right of the picture. The city is now gradually introducing a new streetcar design, so these old cars are going to be phased out in the next few years. In the middle of the picture is The Banknote Bar, which sits at the south-east corner of King and Bathurst streets. It opened shortly after 2000 and takes its name from the fact that the space was previously occupied by the Bank of Montreal, since 1923. The building has survived since the early-20th century, but is slated for demolition.”
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