Monday, October 24, 2011

Below Casa Loma


Somehow as I wandered past this view up the hill of Casa Loma through the lane behind the Castle Hill Townhomes it reminded me of some of those English lanes I had explored. The lane provides access to the garages of these $M+ townhouses that were built in the 1990s despite much local resistance from people worried about losing their view of the landmark.
This was 1 of the few sunny days of late!

12 comments:

LĂșcia said...

I can imagine how great it would be to open my window eary morning and having this beautiful view! ;-)

Kay L. Davies said...

At first glance it made me think of Carcassonne in southern France.

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie’s Guide to Adventurous Travel

Steffe said...

It's always great to see a photo of that place.

Deb said...

What a splendid castle, I can see why people might object to losing that view.

EG Wow said...

Good for you for catching the sunshine! Amazing how interesting places can look at home once you have been away for a while. :)

Paul in Powell River said...

You're re-starting your T.O. posts with a good one Red!

Birdman said...

GREAT guess on my wandering this past weekend. Sounds like you've been on campus. Been there done that? If not, GO ND!

Regina K said...

I like that view.

Randy said...

I agree that is a great view!

Halcyon said...

I want to visit Casa Loma, but I need a partner in crime. The hubs is not interested. :(
Love this view. And I even like the garages.

Jack said...

This view and perspective reminds me of a favorite photo I took in Lyon, France. Yes, it does look European!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Welcome back to Toronto Red, hope you are settling back nicely. As well as the view, those townhouses look pretty interesting. Guess you have to pay for a situation like that.