Thursday, September 20, 2018

Into The Ravine

After I left the Toronto Botanical Garden having viewed all of the sculptures I decided to continue along where it runs into the ravine of Edwards Gardens thinking that it might be cooler. The shade of the trees felt good but the heat and humidity still made it uncomfortable. There is a string of connected parks that reach right down to Lake Ontario running along tributaries of the Don River.

13 comments:

Lea said...

The heat and humidity do seem to be lasting longer this year than normal.
Pretty scene!

Sharon said...

That would be a great place for a long walk when the weather isn't so hot and steamy.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

All that lush greenness is misleading Pat, it looks as if it should be wonderfully cool ✨

William Kendall said...

I like the view.

Hopefully now we really have seen the end of the heat.

MarkD60 said...

It's going to cool off soon! I like the view too!

jennyfreckles said...

Lovely trees. It's the humidity that gets me; dry heat is so much more bearable.

Cloudia said...

Oh yes, Humidity! But such a mysterious seet shot you got, Pat!

Jenn said...

Everything is still so green!!

Lois said...

So pretty! It's hot and humid here too, but again it's Florida. Nothing new.

bill burke said...

Very pretty scene. I love the view!

Laura. M said...

Preciosa naturaleza Pat. Lindo pasear por ahí.
Buen fin de semana.

Kay said...

We've slipped into autumn, including rain today. It's hard to imagine heat and humidity, especially when this shot looks so cool and inviting.

21 Wits said...

What a fun experience! Pretty area.