Casa Loma Belle

By: Lesley

Jan 11 2012

Category: Toronto

3 Comments

Aperture:f/3.7
Focal Length:7.3mm
ISO:800
Shutter:1/30 sec
Camera:DMC-ZS7

Each horse had its name engraved on a brass or gold plate inside their stall in the stables at Sir Henry Pellatt’s Casa Loma. Built in 1911, the stalls were constructed of mahogany and the floors are covered with Spanish tiles. I also particularly like the hexagonal tiles on the walls. Another view of the stables can be seen here.

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3 comments on “Casa Loma Belle”

  1. My goodness, that horse has (had) a swankier home than I do! On the other hand mine has room to turn around and a bit of room to think, so I think I come out alright in the end :).

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  2. I have never been in there and now I realize that I really must go sometime! Fabulous.

  3. That is really gorgeous – lucky horse!


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