A Walk down Bloor Street

It was a beautiful, sunny day today and I decided to take a walk down Bloor Street and snap a few shots.

Here’s a shot of Dolce & Gabbana’s whimsical window display. You can see me reflected in the glass pane as well as traffic moving along Bloor Street.

Dolce & Gabbana

Here’s Michael Kors’ elegant window display consisting of women’s handbags:

Michael Kors

 

And the classic Tiffany & Co. looked like this:

Tiffany and Company

I can’t recall which well-known store the following mannequins were from, but they appear to blend with the buildings and street appearing surreal.

Mannequins and Buildings

As I turned away from Bloor Street and onto Queens Park, I saw this odd, striped, huge, Sphynx-like face (minus the body) in contradistinction to a woman working on a ceramic piece and contemporary buildings in the background.

The Gardiner Museum

When I later turned onto a side street, I noticed this flashy blue car. If you look closely at its front tire, you’ll notice what appears to be a red, embedded, wheel locking device. The traffic signs, apparently ignored, can be seen through the window.

The Blue Car

 

Enjoy the sunshine!

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