Hometown Challenge: My favourite photos of Toronto

If you’ve been following this blog lately, you’ll know that I recently completed the Travel Challenge, where I posted 10 of my favourite photos taken during my international adventures. Unfortunately, 2020 was a bad year for travel so beyond the ones from my timely pre-pandemic trip to Cambodia and Vietnam, most of the photos in my album over the past several months have been from exploring locally around Toronto. If this homebound year has taught me anything, it’s that there is actually plenty to see and photograph nearby, and that I need to take the time to appreciate what I have at home. Here are my selections for the Hometown Photo Challenge.

1 – Exploring nooks and crannies at Hanlan’s Point.
2 – Beach day on Centre Island.
3 – Early evening bike ride to Sunnyside Park.
4 – Smelling the flowers at Allan Gardens.
5 – Overlooking the city from atop Casa Loma.
6 – Autumn afternoon at High Park.
7 – Beginning of winter at Coronation Park.
8 – Street art on Graffiti Alley, Queen West.
9 – Sweet stroll at Sugar Beach.
10 – Holiday lights at Distillery District.