Early evening in Toronto’s Sunnyside Pavillion (formerly the “Bathing Pavillion”) at Sunnyside Beach (formerly “Sunnyside Amusement Beach”) echoes with its rich history. Read here for more.
Founder of aamora.com, Aaron Schwartz, is a photographer, actor, lawyer, writer, and flaneur based in Toronto. You can view more of Aaron’s work at his website, on JPG Magazine, or on aamora.com.
9 thoughts on “Sunnyside Pavillion by Aaron Schwartz”
Aaron, you’re an iPhone virtuoso! Great stuff.
Interesting to see, through your eyes, the quietude of a once boisterous and crowded Sunnyside. I like the way one photo blends into another, changing only in tint. You have captured the granduer of this place that has aged so gracefully….
Thank you, Aaron, for inviting me to mosey through Sunnyside Pavillion and visit with the ghosts of days gone by. This is an impressive and elegant series that has your signature on it.
Thank you for inviting us into your experience. I feel like I was there.
Wonder…full. Hello Marie.
Wonderful atmosphere Aaron and beautiful images.
Really really awesome.
Yes, wonderful images, both in color and black and white, that capture perfectly the echoes of it’s past glory…
unmistakinly your work and beautiful! the black and white image is especially good!
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