I was recently looking for something on my old computer and I accidentally found these pictures. It was my last trip to North America, in summer 2013. We were visiting our family in Canada, and we’ve also stayed in Chicago for a couple of days (Chicago post coming soon). During these last two years a lot has happened and a lot has changed. I lived in China and I’ve discovered Asia. By the time I took these pictures in summer 2013, I’ve traveled quiet a bit in the States and Europe, but i’ve never really seen much of Asia. So when I moved there (probably a month after my Canada/ Chicago trip) I was completely fascinated by this new world. New countries and cultures so different than anything I’ve ever knew. And I almost completely forgot about this trip to Toronto, so when I’ve recently found these pictures, I was surprised how much I actually like them. It’s a different world from what I’ve seen during the last two years. Shiny skyscrapers, but no crazy colours or signs, just white, blue and silver. Wide, clean streets, green trees, blue clean sky, green fields everywhere and endless freeways. It has it’s own beauty, as everything in this world.
The bridge from the US to Canada