The gates in yesterday's post lead down into Philosopher's Walk which is part of U of Toronto (U of T) and leads from Bloor St south to Hoskin Ave under a canopy of mature trees, mostly Beech & Oak. It is a meandering path as it follows the ravine formed by Taddle Creek which still runs underground after being incorporated into the city's sewage system in the 1800s. It is a wonderful peaceful place to walk or to sit on one of the many benches along its route.
Surprise! Wish I were there!
Your photo makes it seem like a popular place to walk as well.
You have caught a small crowd on this path. Always good to see fine street photography.
It is an inviting place.
Shady walkway makes a great photo!
I thought I recognized those gates! Walked down there several times and told myself I could hear the waters of Taddle Creek underneath me!
So many streams continue to flow but under our feet. Such a lovely place PatSo many streams continue to flow but under our feet. Such a lovely place. Pat
I hope people get nice idea's walking there.
Rural spaces within urban areas are special.
I've always appreciated the trees in inner city Toronto!
It looks like my kind of place to wander about!
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