Toronto Light Festival 2017

 

2017 marks the first year ever for the Toronto Light Festival held in the beautiful,european-reminiscent area of Distillery District.

The area, already beautiful to walk around, has become much more populated in recent years due to tourist initiatives and planned attractions. In my opinion, the Light Festival tops them all, and I can only predict this will turn into a yearly tradition.

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Spider Web of light

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Spider Web of light

The art/light installations were all so unique and mesmerizing, drawing massive crowds- especially during the spring break in the middle of February.

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Running Man

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Running Man

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Running Man

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Love Locks Love Wall

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Close up of the locks

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Chairs and mist with love locks

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Love Lock bench

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Mist

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Cat and Ball

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Cat and Ball

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Light Tunnel

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Light Tunnel

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Light Tunnel

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Neon Lights

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Neon Lights

Nothing is so important that it needs to be made in six foot neon.

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Light Fest

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Distillery District

Word to the wise, arrive early, they turn off the lights much earlier than I had expected.

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