miércoles, 24 de marzo de 2010

Un paseo por Toronto II - La vida en la Ciudad

Photograph by Peter Sibbald. A gaggle of geese waddles past sunbathers at the Sunnyside Beach Park and its Bathing Pavilion, built in the early 1900s.

Photograph by Peter Sibbald. Once a dying sport, cricket has been revived by the influx of new Canadians who grew up playing the sport.

Photograph by Barrett & MacKay/AllCanadaPhotos.com  During winter, the reflecting pool at Nathan Phillips Square is turned into an ice rink for skaters.

Photograph by Chris Cheadle/AllCanadaPhotos.com  A vendor sets up her produce stand in front of a mural at the St. Lawrence Market, where everything from baked goods to specialty foods is sold.

Photograph by Chris Cheadle/AllCanadaPhotos.com Toronto’s Chinatown offers visitors a cornucopia of shops, galleries, and dim sum restaurants.

Photograph by Chris Cheadle/AllCanadaPhotos.com  A lifeguard vigilantly watches over swimmers on Lake Ontario, eastern Toronto.

Photograph by Peter Sibbald.  The Power Plant Gallery at Harbourfront Centre features contemporary works and installations by native and international artists.

Photograph by Peter Sibbald. Worshippers light prayer candles at the St. Irene Chrysovalantou Greek Orthodox Church in Toronto’s Greek district.

Photograph by Peter Sibbald. Friends don balloon hats at Toronto’s open-air Beaches International Jazz Festival held in the summer.

Photograph by Cosmo Condina/Alamy.  A paint store on the outskirts of Toronto is dressed up with a mural based on Vincent Van Gogh's "Starry Night."

Fuente: National Geographic
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