Yonge and St Joseph Intersection Toronto
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Yonge and St Joseph Intersection Toronto

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The corner of Yonge and St. Joseph Streets in Toronto on a very muggy August afternoon.

Funny how simple and dry this neighbourhood looks in this scene when it is quite actually part of the long famous strip of Yonge just down a bit from Bloor Street.

Many long time famous restaurants and shops are within seconds walk of this intersection.

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