n 1903 Sir Henry Pellatt purchased 25 lots from developers Kertland and Rolf. Sir Henry commissioned Canadian architect E.J. Lennox to design Casa Loma with construction beginning in 1911, starting with the massive stables, potting shed and Hunting Lodge (a.k.a. coach-house) a few hundred feet north of the main building. The Hunting Lodge is a two storey 4,380-square-foot (407 m2) house with servant's quarters.
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dawekato (2269) 2012-05-14 11:44
Nice colours and well isolated close up. Unfortunately the top of the tower is cut off. Nice and sharp, though. I don't mind the midday lighting, it makes the architectural details sharp and visible. You just need to work on your composition a bit. Maybe move the image to the right to include the right tower and remove the cut-off left wall. And of course, move up to include the top tip of the tower.