This Mohawk Church (sometimes called a chapel) is located in Ontario. It is the oldest, still standing, church in Ontario. People can visit the church but are not allowed to take photographs without written permission. I found photographs of the church online. But, I used an old illustration from the 1800’s to make my ASCII art of the church.… Read the rest
I have a design in my head, mostly. This is a much simpler version of it.
I had planned to make a wreath of maple leaves for Canada Day this year. But, it is not taking shape quickly enough. On the plus side, I have a head start on it for next Canada Day. Here is what I finished today. Something to celebrate the low point of 2020. I hope they stop dragging this on!… Read the rest
The images are close to the order I made them in. The last new Canada Day themed art I made was the row of maple leaves at the end of the post.
An ASCII art based on the logo for HI Hostels Canada. I like the bottom one better. The top I tried to make more like the actual logo. I stayed at hostels in Winnipeg, Regina and Vancouver almost 20 years ago. The Jericho Beach hostel is still open. Backpackers are now flashbackers, fancier.
This is my skyline of Toronto done in ASCII art. Made several years ago, when there was still an Eaton’s company in the Eaton’s Centre downtown in Toronto.