Atop a small hill
Home Place Portal was built 15 years ago and, according to the designer, the portal is about change: the past, present and future. It's part of a public park - a magical place - on the north shore of Lake Ontario in Pickering.
Home Place Portal
Entrance into portal
A closer look at some of the lilacs
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Interesting looking place!
Lovely photos and very interesting information.
Looks like something has grabbed the dog's attention, too.
What a place!
A place I would like to be in.
Cute dog in the "entrance" image. Lovely flowers as well. Summer is so beautiful there.
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Quite strange and picturesque!
The symbolism of the telephone poles is lost on me, which is unusual since I always enjoy contemporary art. Love the lilacs!
Intersting art! I love the cute pup at the entrance! Great shots. Have a happy day and week ahead!
An interesting structure and lovely flowers.
very interesting and i love the portal and the pup that is about to enter it.... a good way to re cycle telephone poles
Good Morning~ What a beautiful and peaceful place. The pup at the entrance is a sweet photo. Lovely lilacs!!
Have a nice week ahead.
I just love stuff like this even though sometimes I don't quite understand it.
Lois Anne would love this place. I'm glad to see you have some magic working up thataway, too! :)
Stonehenge for wooden poles?
Looks like it could be a place of spiritual healing. Everyone needs a place like that from time to time.
I've never heard of this place, EG!
going to send this post to our daughter as she lives in Pickering.
The lilacs are beautiful!
This really looks like a place I would love to visit.
I really like the look of the place!
Interesting artistic design with the inward leaning poles somewhat reminiscent of the poles in a teepee before the covering wraps around the family/community living there.
What a great portal!
nice place :)
Love the entrance!
What a beautiful, interesting place!! Lovely lilacs, too!! I would love to visit there!! Wonderful captures for the day, as always!! Hope you have a great new week!! Enjoy!
How so very interesting! I would love to visit this area.
What an unusual but delightful piece.
What a wonderful place to relax !
Interesting. Modern Stonehenge?
It has a rather mysterious essence, a good one, at that. I love the way the poles all seem to draw the eye.
And what beautiful lilacs, are they just starting to bloom now?
Cool. Kind of like a wood Stonehenge.
Wonderful creation and love the concept ~ Great shots!
Happy Week to you,
artmusedog and carol
Those lilacs are such a pretty shade of pink. I've never seen pink ones. Looks like an exciting place to explore!
the portal looks like "what?" in the first image but it makes more sense in the second :)
What an amazing place.
I know already from what you've told us that I would love this place, but I am going to the link as soon as I send this. The lilacs would make it even better.
awwwwww, such a beautiful place!! lilacs have been my favorite since childhood, the scent....the color, what's not to love!!!
This looks like a beautiful and very fascinating place to visit.
That's pretty interesting! Nice lilacs.
Must be smelling wonderful there during the lilac season.
That would be interesting to see- cute pup at the portal!!
lovely - whats the name of the pink flowers?
Interesting place, love the blooms and those poles.
Such a beautiful place.
Nice framing of the dog shot. You never disappoint
ALOHA from Honolulu,
I wish I had visited this when I was in Toronto. A very nice idea!
Cool place. Great pics.
Quite mystic place for me but liked it. Especially that beautiful entrance :)
I would be so excited to walk through this area. Beautiful!
Love your pic of the entrance- magical!
What a neat spot!
That looks like such an interesting idea.
I would like to take a look at this place. Interesting and different.
Very interesting - and some place I've never heard of, even though it seems to have been around quite a few years already.
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