It doesn’t matter where you sit or what you sit on, these people were determined to enjoy the mild temperatures and sunny day this past weekend. Quite incredible when you think that it’s still winter in Toronto and barely the middle of February.
When you go to art galleries there are usually places to sit and really examine the art on the wall. The Women’s Art Association of Canada is no exception. When I was gallery sitting two weeks ago I went around the room and took photos of the interesting chairs in the Dignam Gallery.
Today has been the coldest day so far for 2022 or at least it seemed that way as I tried to take photos in High Park. In order to take photos it was necessary to remove my gloves and after about 20 minutes of taking them off and on to push the shutter button my fingers on my right hand were close to acquiring frost bite. I quickly returned to the car and place my hands over the heating vent after cranking up the heat full blast.
The cold, however, didn’t seem to deter some folks from finding a resting spot on some of the park benches. Here are a few of those brave souls.
Last week my son and I, along with my granddaughter took a car ride to the Royal Ontario Museum. My son really wanted to see the Photography exhibit and I knew that Sevin would be less than impressed. I was, however quite surprised when I saw how easily she amused herself. It wasn’t the photos that caught her attention but the chairs that were placed throughout the exhibit.