1. Ontario Legislative Building

    Posted on by Brandon Himpfen in Canada, Travel Photography, Ontario, Toronto

    The Ontario Legislative Building is home of the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario, the Legislative Assembly of Ontario and members of the provincial parliament. The style of architecture is Richardsonian Romanesque, which is a style of Romanesque Revival architecture. The building is surrounded by Queen's Park, an urban park that was…

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  2. Video of Parliament Hill, Ottawa

    Posted on by Brandon Himpfen in Canada, Travel Photography, Ottawa, Travel Videos

    In a previous post, I talked about Parliament Hill, located in Ottawa, Canada. Parliament Hill is a major attraction in Ottawa, reaching over 3 million visitors every year. Here is one of the pictures I shared of Parliament Hill - it is of the main building: I thought you might…

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  3. 5 Ways to End a Travel Blog Post

    Posted on by Brandon Himpfen in Travel Blogging

    So, you have a travel blog and you are trying to figure out ways to end your travel blog post that will increase reader engagement, including sharing your blog post. I've put together five (5) ways you can end your travel blog post that will do just that, increase reader…

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  4. Niagara Falls from the Canadian Side

    Posted on by Brandon Himpfen in Canada, Travel Photography, Niagara Falls, Travel Videos

    Niagara Falls is a collection of three waterfalls that is located between Ontario, Canada and New York, USA. Niagara Falls is a both daytime and night time attraction with most tourists coming during the summer. Over 30 million tourists visit Niagara Falls each year. Here are some photos of the…

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  5. Architecture of New York City

    Posted on by Brandon Himpfen in Travel Photography, NYC, USA

    One of the things that drew me to New York City was the architecture. I'm a huge architecture and design fan. In New York City you get various architecture styles and a massive amount of highrises. Let me show you...…

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  6. Downtown Toronto

    Posted on by Brandon Himpfen in Canada, Travel Photography, Toronto

    A photo of downtown Toronto, which gives you a great overview of what you can expect from downtown Toronto - highrise condos and buildings, rail system, the CN Tower and other commercial buildings.…

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  7. Toronto Eaton Centre

    Posted on by Brandon Himpfen in Canada, Travel Photography, Toronto

    The Toronto Eaton Centre is a shopping mall located in downtown Toronto, Canada. The five (5) story building has more than 1.6 million square feet of space and is Toronto's leading attraction with about one (1) million visitors per week! One of the great things about the Toronto Eaton…

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  8. Royal Alexandra Theatre

    Posted on by Brandon Himpfen in Travel Photography, Toronto

    The Royal Alexandra Theatre is a theatre built in 1907 in downtown Toronto, Canada. This 1,497 seat theatre is the oldest continuously operating theatre in North America. The beaux-arts style theatre is a temporary home for a lot of shows and award winning shows, such as Disney's Newsies and…

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  9. Boats at Toronto Docks

    Posted on by Brandon Himpfen in Canada, Travel Photography, Toronto

    I love downtown Toronto's waterfront; it's full of life and beautiful water views. You can even see airplanes fly above the water as they head to land at Billy Bishop Airport. When I was walking around the docks I ran into a bunch of boats that were docked at the…

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  10. Photos of the CN Tower

    Posted on by Brandon Himpfen in Canada, Travel Photography, Toronto, CN Tower

    The CN Tower was once the world's tallest free-standing structure and tallest tower. The CN Tower construction was completed in 1976, stands 1,815.4 ft (553.33 m) high and is located in downtown Toronto, Canada. The "CN" in CN Tower stands for Canadian National, which is a railway…

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