A mini photo-essay on the Toronto City Hall. The complex is a striking example of modern architecture. I think the round structure between the two towers looks a bit like a flying saucer come to rest. Whatever you think of it, it is certainly a daring piece of architectural design for what is usually a very conservative concept.
A different view of City Hall, including the arches that span the fountain on the plaza in front. I got lucky and had a lone seagull flying just between the two towers when I released the shutter. I think that makes the image, don’t you?
The plaza in front of City Hall. They have concerts and performances on the stage all summer long, and the fountain turns into an ice rink in the winter, thus the “Snacks” and “Skates” signs on the building beside the fountain.