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engage 2: a picture of the view my boyfriend and I had when we were lounging at the store while we talked about the jewelry we just tried on

from Brittany Thiessen

Exploring Toronto's Graffiti Alley: A Photo Essay

Exploring Graffiti Alley in Toronto, Ontario, Canada -> Do you love street art? If so, check out my blog post to see a photo essay from my explorations in Toronto's Graffiti Alley, where you will find a massive collection of colourful, unique and detailed murals.

Hockey Hall of Fame Toronto, ON, Canada. Formerly a bank building, reputed to be haunted.

from Glamping Hub

Gorah Elephant Camp, South Africa

Located in the wilderness of Addo National Park, Gorah Elephant Camp merges Victorian colonial style with modern creature comforts.

If you're looking to elevate your lounging experience, you'll be happy to hang in the ultra-modern Pod Hanging Chair. A futuristic feat of style and comfort, this suspended seat features cozy contempor... Find the Pod Hanging Chair, as seen in the Mid-Century Outdoor Living Boutique Collection at

The Oiseau dining chair, also available as lounge chair to combine with the Oiseau coffee table, is part of the Oiseau collection; comprised of wood-frame furniture pieces which represent a more rational direction. Inviting, relaxed proportions lend themselves to an intimate dining experience, and chairs with webbed upholstered seats afford a setting where dinners comfortably linger long past the... Read more »

Epperson Mountaineering - Large Climbing Bag: Having a bit of a lust for colour moment whilst researching....SICK!

Toronto TTC Streetcar - Toronto's streetcar system is one of the few in North America still operating along street-running tracks and has been operating since the mid-19th century (horsecar service started in 1861 and 600 V DC overhead electric service in 1892). Streetcar service dates back to the Toronto Street Railway horse-drawn cars and continues today with the current electric cars.