Golden Trees

There’s a row of beautiful tress in a small parket across from Birchmound High on Danforth Ave. that turn all orange and lovely this time of year. It’s never dawned on me to run up there and photograph them, even though I’m only a few blocks away. Thanks to the keen eye of the publisher of Local magazine, I was assigned to go shoot them for the next issue. I’ve got a bunch to choose from but this one I like best. Hope you like it. Happy Sunday.

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10 Responses to Golden Trees

  1. Cindy says:

    Thanks. Well. I used to go to Birchmount Park Collegiate Institute (BPCI). I still live nearby, but I haven’t been to the park below since first year.

    • Well how about that. Now, when you say “the park below,” are you talking about Rosetta Maclean Park? That’s the big park south of Kingston Rd that ends at the bluffs. This is the little parket that’s on the north side of the school across Danforth Ave. Just wondering if you’re maybe thinking of the other park, which is spectacular.

  2. Cindy says:

    Wait. I used to cut across that park north of Danforth Ave. on the way to school. But it never looked like that to me before.
    I’ve been to a park south of Kingston for art class. That must have been Rosetta Maclean.

  3. Frances says:

    That pic is beautiful. I often admire that stretch of trees too. The book you recommended should be arriving any day now. Thanks.

  4. Glorious autumn. Truly a stirring sight.

  5. chloe says:

    congrats on getting published..it’s always nice to receive that kind of recognition 🙂
    well done, beautiful photo

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