Thursday, October 19, 2017

View From The Casa Stairs

This is the view from the top of the stairs leading up to Casa Loma, one of the most popular tourist attractions in the city. It is a great view and hundreds of pics are taken of it each day. We see the CN Tower towards the left and looking straight down Spadina Rd in the middle of the pic you can see a bit of Lake Ontario peeking through. And of course all of the trees in the Annex neighbourhood as well as the towers of the financial district.

18 comments:

Tom said...

...and a nice view it is.

Lea said...

A beautiful view of the city!

Christine said...

Picture postcard perfect, Pat!

Karl said...

Great view, Pat !
And excellent photograph !

Sharon said...

It certainly is a fantastic view!

William Kendall said...

A wonderful view!

Lois said...

It is a pretty view. I never would have noticed the lake, so I'm glad you pointed it out!

Lowell said...

You posted photos of this scene before but I think this is perhaps the best one. Just gorgeous, Pat!

Andy said...

The city looks good from this view point.

Mark said...

One can easily see why.

bill burke said...

That is an impressive view of the city, I love it. Nice shot Pat.

eileeninmd said...

Hello, what a lovely view of the city and tower. Happy Thursday, enjoy your day and weekend ahead.

GreenComotion said...

Lovely area and lovely views of CN, Lake Ontario and the big tall towers.
Oh Pat, I thought of you, when I saw this info about inktoberfest in Toronto:
http://kenroinc.com/hemingways-restaurant-and-bar-celebrates-inktoberfest/

Hope it is something you might be interested in!

Great photos!
Have a Happy Day!!
Peace :)

The Furry Gnome said...

I remember that view!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

What a fab spot to take a broad view Pat, even a glimpse of water ☺ fantastic!

Cloudia said...

Oh I so love this fabulous shot of the great city!

21 Wits said...

Such a beautiful city rising above the gorgeous groves of trees!

Lowcarb team member said...

That is a great view.

All the best Jan