Best Photo Spots in Ontario

Bindertwine Park

Kleinberg, Ontario is home to the McMichael Canadian Art Collection, a showcase for works by the Group of Seven and other Canadian artists. It is also adjacent to considerable watershed land for the tributaries of the Humber River. Part of this land is formerly set aside as “Bindertwine Park”, but…

Toronto Aquarium

An amazing photo spot that is full of opportunities to show your stuff! Brilliantly arranged so you are literally “walking with the fishes”, you are surrounded by their environment – a visitor to their world, as captured in the featured image.

Toogood Pond Park

An urban park that has a great variety of photographic opportunities. Wet-lands, marsh areas, a lake, a dam, wooden boardwalks and bridges providing access throughout. Late afternoon sun provides drama and shadows as seen in the featured image. Tripods are no problem, but the mobility and flexibility of hand-held will…

Lake Ontario Waterfront Parks

Waterfront parks provide access to Lake Ontario in this primarily urban area. Not a dramatic sweeping landscape, but an easily accessible site with pleasant views and interesting features. Redeveloped from a long-time industrial lakeside processing plant, the area now has walking and riding paths along the shoreline, which includes stretches…