library #12

By: Lesley

May 05 2013

Category: library, Toronto

8 Comments

Aperture:f/5.6
Focal Length:32mm
ISO:110
Shutter:1/125 sec
Camera:NIKON D60

The upper windows of the Caven Library at Knox College. It is one of 30 libraries within the University of Toronto.

Participating in Whimsical Windows

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8 comments on “library #12”

  1. The details of the woodwork is pretty amazing, too bad they don’t make them like this anymore.

  2. This window and building has an old world charm, the leaded windows and massive stone facade looking centuries old – as if it were London in the 1700s (at least to this American :). Looks and feels just right in black and white. Nice capture!

  3. The University has some very beautiful gothic architecture.
    I should get down there more often to take photos.

  4. Oh my, that really is impressive! It’s funny, it looks so old, but having it jut out, seemingly unsupported, feels like a more modern concept to me. Really interesting! And: 30 libraries! Wow 🙂

  5. What a window….so much to it. It is wonderful. Or should I say them?

  6. Knox college is especially beautiful!

  7. Gargoyles are practical, but wonder who is the fellow in the center.

  8. Beautiful window indeed, but what really has me salivating in envy is the 30 libraries. What heaven.


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