Philosopher’s Walk

By: Lesley

Feb 05 2011

Category: Toronto

10 Comments

Aperture:f/3.6
Focal Length:5.5mm
ISO:100
Shutter:1/200 sec
Camera:DMC-TZ3

There is a short, but lovely, footpath between the Royal Ontario Museum and the Royal Conservatory of Music called Philosopher’s Walk. It is a quiet place amid the bustling university and tourist spots. Here we can see the reflection of The ROM in the windows of the RCM.

Participating in Weekend Reflections

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10 comments on “Philosopher’s Walk”

  1. What a beautiful spot for a lovely reflection!
    — K

    Kay, Alberta
    An Unfittie’s Guide to Adventurous Travel

  2. Marvelous reflection! Love the blue sky, the bare trees and the golden building! Beautiful! Enjoy your weekend, Lesley!

    Sylvia

  3. Looks like a very nice area…Great shot

  4. Wow the reflection from the sun bounce to the next building, it’s very pretty!
    Weekend Reflection

  5. Wonderful composition with the tower in the distance! And the spot of sun on the top of the building adds a nice accent!

  6. Very nice photo. Strong colors and I love the lines of the bare tree! Good lighting too. I have family that live in Ontario. Its a beautiful part of the world to photograph.

    ~Rainey~
    http://theprojecttable.blogspot.com/2011/02/weekend-reflections.html

  7. I love the golden colored reflection of the ROM.

  8. I’ve walked this walk! And another Philosopher’s Walk in Kyoto… An old building reflected in a new building is always cool.

  9. That is a very nice reflection… I like the angle you chose to take it : it is a very equilibrated composition.

  10. What a pretty walk and aptly named! I love quiet places in a City.


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