Friendly Friday: Sea Creatures

Graffiti Alley in Toronto

While Toronto is close the Great Lakes, it’s a two day drive to the nearest ocean on Canada’s east coast.  So there’s not an abundance of sea creatures in their natural habitat.

We do have nice street murals though.

On Graffiti Alley, an entire building is devoted to colorful sea creatures.  It’s a popular hangout for the Instagram crowd.

Graffiti Alley, Instagram crowd

The building behind the mural is a commercial enterprise. Probably with serious office workers conducting serious office work within their seriously grey office walls.  The view from the outside is much better.

It’s easy to find Toronto’s Sea Creatures.  Look for the Lady looking towards her left. She’s on Graffiti Alley which is located just off  Queen Street, way way left of the Eastern sea board.

Today’s post is brought to you by Amanda’s Friendly Friday Challaenge: SEA CREATURES.

Toronto, Canada. March 2020


  1. A lovely bright and happy wall that livens up.the space. And maybe makes folks think of the oceans. Graffiti alley sounds cool. It is a contrast with the office workers indeed. Do you know what sort of company is in the building. A shipping company would be ironic!

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