It seems that it is official…Spring has finally arrived in the megalopolis in the middle of the Great White North (or Toronto for those keeping track).
Drawn to the sunshine like many of my cave-dwelling brethren, I surfaced with my camera earlier today and share some of the activities my other trogs were up to.
Oh, and if you ever had to know, it takes about 5 hours to take a leisurely walk across one quarter of Toronto’s waterfront.
My fare downtown core down the beach (I live near the base of the big pointy thing…the CN Tower)
The sign says it all
Whether by hand or outboard motor, everyone was on the water today
Couple were out doing what couples do, enjoying the sun and the company
Gentleman was blissfully strumming to himself
Whether on bike or roller blade, there was a definite need for speed
Not sure I would have tuned out the sounds of the beach, but to each her own
Bet he was glad to finally put his downhill or cross-country skis away!
Every time I lined up to take a shot, the ball went out of play…almost felt I should apologize
I love that I was able to capture the book reflected in her sun glasses
Almost got a shot of her brother pushing her, but he gave up just as I lined up the shot
For all of the children, the playgrounds weren’t that loud, but fun was being had
Closer to (my) home, this busker was rockin’ up a storm for any spare coin
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