Toronto’s lakefront, in January!

Boy that sure was a lovely day. Who could have imagined it was going to be sooo nice out. This was taken back on January 7th at Sugar Beach, in Toronto. That big dark building in the background is Redpath Sugar, after which the beach was named. Got another photo walk coming up this Saturday out in the west end. I’m really looking forward to it. I might be going out Sunday again with Paula, we’ll see. All in all, the weekend’s really shaping up. Happy Hump Day, everyone.

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6 Responses to Toronto’s lakefront, in January!

  1. charlieszr4 says:

    Love your photos, but this makes me sad, I love snow so much, and mother nature rips it away from us right when we think we have it for good! Haha. Great blog! Followed!

    • Thanks Charlie. But you must have a ton of snow down there in Michigan, no? Here in Toronto we have a little pocket that seems to protect us from winter. Always way more snow and cold to the north, south, east, and west of us. Anyway, thanks for popping by.

  2. Chloe says:

    looks like a beautiful day, love the pretty colours in this shot – reminds me of rainbow ice cream

  3. gingerjudgesyou says:

    This makes me want to move to Toronto even more than I already do. I can’t believe this is the weather you guys had on January 7! We’re up to our eyebrows in snow and slush here in Montreal!

    • Thanks Alison. Yeah, Toronto’s nice but Montreal’s got a European flair to it. I haven’t been since I was a kid but I’d love to check it out with my camera — Quebec City, too. Thanks for popping by.

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