Hi. I'm Megan.

Within the short period of two-weeks, I uprooted my comfortable Vancouver life and moved to Toronto. Now you find me working in Public Relations for a non-profit supporting young entrepreneurs as I set my sights on building my own creative empire. 

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five stunning and fun reasons to visit allan gardens

five stunning and fun reasons to visit allan gardens

When Torontonians learned I have a passion (*cough*obsession*cough*) for photography, they kept telling me I needed to go to Allan Gardens. Located in the Garden District on the east side of downtown, I took a slight detour over one Sunday afternoon to learn what the fuss was about. I have to say, Allan Gardens did not disappoint. Filled with greenery both local and tropical, the conservatory is bound to be a regular photoshoot hotspot for me. In fact, I'm already on the hunt for some models to play with. 

To sell you on taking a trip to one of Toronto's oldest parks, here are five stunning and fun reasons to visit Allan Gardens.

1. Flora

allan gardens flowers
allan gardens flowers
allan gardens flowers
allan gardens flowers

2. Cacti

Allan Gardens Toronto Cactus
Allan Gardens Toronto Cactus
Allan Gardens Toronto Cactus
Allan Gardens Toronto Cactus

3. Fish

Allan Gardens Toronto fish

4. Random train set

Allan Gardens Toronto train

5. THQUIRREL 

Allan Garden Toronto squirrel
Allan Garden Toronto squirrel
Allan Garden Toronto squirrel

POST DETAILS

Location: Allan Gardens Conservatory
Photographer: Megan te Boekhorst 
Camera: Canon 60D

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