We are happy to announce the return of our Toronto photo walks, led by Tdot Shots creator Mike Simpson.
We will explore these locations in small groups, shoot amazing architecture and discuss the history of the city as we ramble.
Through fall and into winter 2020 we invite you to join the following walks:
- University of Toronto – Sept. 13
- University of Toronto – Sept. 20
- High Park – Oct. 25
- Toronto Business District – Dec. 20
On September 13 we will visit one of our favourite locations, the lovely St. George campus of the University of Toronto. Unlike past walks which are mostly informal, Mike will not only point out excellent photo opportunities but additionally offer commentary highlighting the architecture and history of buildings and colleges along the walk.
Our first walk takes place on September 13 at U of T. Like all our walks this season, this is a paid walk. The cost is a reasonable $5 and proceeds help pay for administration and web hosting.
Get info and sign-up for the walk:
Register via Email
Questions? Shoot Mike an email at email@example.com
In light of the lingering pandemic we will practice social distancing, encourage masks when interacting, and limit our numbers to 12 walkers. The registration and payment is part fundraiser and part guarantor (we want to ensure a high rate of participation).
We expect to continue with this format through the fall and winter unless we have to stop because of the potential second wave.
Earlier this year we planned many walks which were unfortunately cancelled. We have 3 walks left but we are considering adding more if they are successful.
You can view the full schedule here:
September will be a beautiful time to visit the downtown campus of the U of T. Evenings get cooler and comfortable for walking, and we may even see a tinge of colour in the leaves as we near fall. And in October we’ll definitely see some fall foliage at the amazing High Park in west-end Toronto. Rounding out our offering is the downtown central business district walk planned for mid December. We could get snowflakes or balmy mild weather. Who knows? But we know it’ll be fun.
Please consider registering for our walks and feel free to send us any questions!
See you on a walk!