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It has been such a lovely month and I have been cycling around town tons. Here are the results of my expeditions. :)
Downtown.


































The meeting of the Don River and Keating channel.





Humber Bay park system







More to come.Rosedale Ravines,UofT and Tommy Thompson Park.
 

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That's some nice photography there Citycentre. It makes me a bit jealous that I don't have a city like Toronto to cycle around and take photos to share. :)
 

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Here's few more.
Rosedale Ravine







St. James cemetary







St. Jamestown area.





Queen's Park



random shots









more to come. ciao
 

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T.O looks so nice as usual !
 

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Heh now that I've been to some more places in NA I can see that Toronto is a very singular city. I can't describe, but it's hard not to recognise it when u see a pic of it.

Very good pics, thanks for the tour, I must come back there some day.
 

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Those are some of the best photos of Toronto I've seen. They show a really different angle to the typical commercial building jungle. Really impressed. Thanks.
 

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Ditto above.... do you have a blog? You have talent newbie...
 

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Thanks everyone. No I'm no blogger, just enjoy photography. Here are some more.

Allen gardens









Moss park & Queen St. East











some random shots







Calatrava foot bridge































Bye for now.
 

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citycentre said:
Glad you have enjoyed. Here is the Leslie Spit. Beautiful views.

Ah, the spit. I think I want my ashes to be spread there.
 

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This is the Don valley just north of Bloor St.
Prince Edward viaduct





The old Don Valley brickworks is being transformed into a mini Distillery
district, with land, trails and water.













The under appreciated Don River. What a great escape from the city
without really leaving downtown.







 

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More gold. Thanks for sharing.
 
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