Friday, November 25, 2016

Friday Finds

1. Starts with V
2. Week's Favorite
3. Thankful
The first two will be the same, except we’ll work our way through the alphabet. The second can be a favorite image or activity from the week. The third will be different each time.

Friday Finds   ABC Wednesday

Toronto ON

Starts with V
Victoria College University of Toronto taken at various times.

Founded in 1836 in Cobourg, Ontario, by royal charter from King William IV, Victoria federated with the University of Toronto in 1890. It comprises Victoria College, an arts and science college of U of T, and Emmanuel College, a theological college associated with the United Church of Canada.

WEEK'S FAVOURITE - hmmm haven't used my camera very much lately. Found this when I was looking through my Victoria College photos.

THANKFUL - I am thankful that most of November was sunny and warm and John even managed a few rounds of golf.
The end of November is pretty typical we are into the overcast dreary days.


  1. What gorgeous buildings! The gargoyle and the tree are great!

  2. Gorgeous architecture, particularly the small touches.

  3. The University has wonderful architecture and I also like the decoration inside. I love the autumn colours in the last shot I hope you have a wonderful weekend.

  4. I love that final shot - the trees are such a lovely burnished golden colour. Great pictures of the University.

  5. Those are curious poses the statues are holding (the one in the corner of a wall and the one in your favorite photo). I suppose they signify deep complicated thought. :-)

  6. Gorgeous architecture! Beautiful artwork! I love seeing all these great places you've shared with us. The tree image certainly does look like it was a perfect fall day.Thanks for joining Friday's Hunt. Have a good week!

  7. What a lovely building! The stone and architecture of the outside, and throughout the inside is astounding. Your favorite brought a smile to my face. Yes, it's fall. After three unseasonably warm days, we are now experiencing the cooler side of fall.