Sunday morning was so beautiful! It was sunny and frosty day! ROM exhibition Chihuly made our day brighter and happier.
Who is Chihuly?
Dale Chihuly, an American sculptor, has mastered the alluring, translucent and transparent qualities of ice, water, glass and neon, to create works of art that transform the viewer experience.
He is globally renowned for his ambitious site-specific architectural installations in public spaces, and in exhibitions presented in museums and gardens worldwide. Born in 1941 in Washington State, Chihuly established the glass program at the Rhode Island School of Design and co-founded Pilchuck Glass School in 1971.
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First of April was not so funny. In the evening snow came to Toronto and area.
After couple of snowy days we had a real White Winter. It was both beautiful and terrible with all the mess snowfall has done. Despite of that we came back to Winter Wonderland.
The November warm and sunny days are not associated with inclement late fall. Rare windy and rainy days with the flying fallen leaves only emphasize the beauty of this November and fall in general in the city of Toronto. Sunrises and sunsets are extremely beautiful. The afternoon sun still warms and caresses numerous stroll lovers, which are enjoying the last days of the outgoing autumn.
The next Friday in Toronto and nearby cities the Christmas trees will be lit, and we mentally say goodbye to the autumn. This is the beginning of preparations for the meeting of winter and expectations of all seasonal holidays.
Canada Day began with silent and foggy morning. While walking along the lake it was nothing to see just grey backdrop. At sunrise the world revived and gained corners and edges. Happy Canada Day!
The Cherry blossom is very short but spectacular event. High Park in Toronto last evening was full of people who came to admire that beauty. The evening sun created an awesome mixture of light, shadows and colour. It is time when almost everyone makes pictures to memories the event till the next year.