When it comes to beauty, Mother Nature is the worlds finest artist. While she works in many mediums, some of her best creations can be found underwater.
Last weekend, I took a break from the studio and visited Toronto’s newish aquarium (Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada).
I had attempted to visit on Saturday, but the line up was ginormous, and the sun was wicked hot. So instead, I purchased timed tickets for Sunday – at dinner time – and sailed through the turnstiles. The timing could not have been more perfect. Save for a few stragglers, I had the run of the place.
Simply put, this place is spectacular – even with the $30 entry fee. There is a wide selection of creatures great and small, and most importantly, sharks – lots and lots of sharks.
When less crowded, this is probably the most tranquil spot in the city, and if you’ve got a decent camera, it’s a photographer’s wet dream – pun intended.
If you’re looking to add a little beauty to your day, I highly recommend you visit Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada.