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KO PO HUI 44m
of - stood next to Fraser Street and snap this view of DUO.
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KO PO HUI 49m
of - view of Middle Road from the 11th storey of National Library.
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KO PO HUI 30m
of - A view at night of the Malay Heritage Centre (the former Istana Kampong Gelam).
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Peter Mulligan 5h
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Avard Woolaver 23m
Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson, Albert's Hall, Toronto, 1984 - jazz/blues legend with veteran players Terry Wilkins on bass, and Bucky Berger on drums.
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Andy Tijou Jun 23
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KO PO HUI Jun 21
of - Just done with this book and I already pictured in my head who are those to be in the cast if it's gonna be on the big screen.
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Avard Woolaver 2h
Nathan Phillips Square, Toronto, 1982 - Waiting for something... Canada Day celebration, Raptors championship party, the Barenaked Ladies, Godot?
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UrbanToronto 16h
Today's features an interesting drone-captured view from 's West Don Lands area.
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💧 Vivian Harris (⧖) 16h
The latest daily photo collage of the Chinese Elm tree
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Avard Woolaver Jun 24
Ontario Place, Toronto, 1982 --from the series: Toronto Days
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Daryl Feehely 8h
/ Blue Steel / Cruach Gorm . 85mm, 1/4000, f2.2, ISO 100, Canon 80D, EF 85mm f1.8 USM
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Tiffany Bolden Jun 23
This adorable parent and child out for a quick bite. I always have to get out and get my 📷!
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Amy Maranto Jun 22
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KO PO HUI Jun 22
of - Nagore Dargah is located along Telok Ayer Street, it was built in the Muslims from southern India between 1828 to 1830. Since January 2007, it is known as Nagore Dargah Indian Muslim Heritage Centre and a national monument since 1974.
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John R. Fulton Jr. 23h
Picture A Day from 2014 - June 24 📷 ©John R. Fulton Jr.
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Avard Woolaver 3h
Brunswick House, Toronto, 1985 - unknown vocalist, with Carla on piano and Rockin' Irene looking on. If you can remember the Brunswick House, you may not have been there. --from the book: No Money Down (Toronto 1980-1986)
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TBayliss_ photography 5h
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Andy Tijou Jun 23
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Andy Tijou Jun 23
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