Editorial and Travel Photographer Susan Seubert shoots Toronto for National Geographic Traveler

Greetings!  The May 2013 issue of National Geographic Traveler magazine features a story about Toronto which I had the privilege of being assigned to photograph. This was my second assignment in Toronto.   During the shoot, it was thrilling to discover such an incredible amount of diversity within the various neighborhoods.  National Geographic Traveler does not have a photo gallery of this story online, so I am posting the story here as it appears in the print edition of the magazine, but I encourage you to seek out the May issue either as an iPad edition, which features more images, as well as the print edition, which is packed full of interesting articles about travel throughout the world.

The best moments from this assignment were dreamy.  Discovering Little India was gorgeous with its saree shops and roasted corn on the streetQueen West has a plethora of shops selling unique items from around the world along with very modern art galleries.  One lovely evening, I took the ferry to Center Island and witnessed a beautiful sunset and some great views of the classic Toronto skyline.  Canada is a great country and Toronto is one example of a fantastic urban area to explore.  Please enjoy and thank you for visiting.

The opening magazine spread from the Drake Hotel

The opening magazine spread from the Drake Hotel

The next page, featuring photos from Kensington Market and the Center Island Ferry

The next page, featuring photos from Kensington Market and the Center Island Ferry

Coffee, shopping in Chinatown and the marvelous Brickworks

Coffee, shopping in Chinatown and the marvelous Brickworks

One of my favorites - a room at the artful Gladstone Hotel and the most adorable couple who own Chandon Fashion in Little India

One of my favorites – a room at the artful Gladstone Hotel and the most adorable couple who own Chandon Fashion in Little India

A glorious day outside the Drake Hotel's cafe and the neighborhood bar, the Communist's Daughter, where you can catch some amazing jazz

A glorious day outside the Drake Hotel’s cafe and the neighborhood bar, the Communist’s Daughter, where you can catch some amazing jazz

The last spread in the print magazine: Guff, a vintage furniture store in Leslieville and the Royal Ontario Museum

The last spread in the print magazine: Guff, a vintage furniture store in Leslieville and the Royal Ontario Museum

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