Despite living in the general area, I don't often find myself getting out to Trinity Bellwoods Park. I was there this weekend, though, and I definitely think now I should get down there in the spring or summer, when it's actually warm and green rather than cool, scraggly, and brown. I was surprised how many dead leaves there were on the ground, left over from autumn - I can't recall seeing so many in previous years. Maybe it's a consequence of Toronto's snow drought, or maybe I just can't remember what last February was really like.
My only regret is that the skies didn't become blue until a few hours later in the day, well after I'd taken this picture. I think I'll go back in a few months and retake this picture, to get a nice before/after thing going. Also, check out the Wikipedia article - it has a photo taken from the same angle as this one, but a hundred years ago. Pretty rad.
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