Iconic Toronto: An Essay Series Exploring the Icons of Toronto Photography
Welcome to the series! First off, Tdot Shots has always celebrated great city photography but now we want to dive deeper so we’re launching “Iconic Toronto,” as a new blog category and page on our site.
We welcome your contributions in areas such as landscape, street or even environmental portrait photography (photos of people & places). If you have any questions please feel free to get in touch!
We are thankful to the transit fans who contributed our first article in the series! Please give it a read and learn about the history of the CLRV, Canadian Light Rail Vehicle streetcar! Happy reading!
Peter Yu asks, “Are Photographers the Craziest of the CN Towerholics?” / This post contains a photography challenge to avoid posting the tower – attempt only if you dare! / CN-Toweritis: A photography disease caused by the powerful and highly addictive image of the CN Tower whereby the photographer becomes completely dependent on it for his/her photography.
The Canadian Light Rail Vehicle (CLRV) has been a unique staple of Toronto for 40 years. They’ve rumbled across Toronto streets ever since September 30, 1979. Now, they are retired as of December 29th, 2019.