Rosedale is the wealthiest neighbourhood in Toronto and was once an estate owned by an outgoing entrepreneur named William Bostford Jarvis who lived until 1864. He also founded Yorkville with Joseph Bloor who was a land speculator. Bloor Street was named after Joseph Bloor. The station has very low volume of passengers, which is surprising considering how close it is to downtown Toronto. With my camera in tow with plenty of storage space I was ready to take plenty of pictures of the surrounding parkland and ravines. The homes and property as you can imagine, in the neighbourhood, are spectacular.
We arrived too late in the day as we came to look at accessories for our costumes, so due to night falling quickly, my pictures were limiting. I met up with an artist, who had a studio upstairs from the costumer and bought a print from her that I found inspiring. Here's what it looks like. I'll have to take a trip back to Rosedale someday before the leaves are gone just to enjoy the Fall colors.