Bitter Grounds - espresso fueled ramblings

Monday, August 21, 2017

Spring in Toronto brings a riot of colour. After the relentless dull grey of winter, everything seems so bright:

 Riot of Colour May blossoms in Toronto 2016

I picked photos I took the last 5 days that needed no adjustment.

 No tweaking  required and the colours were fabulous. Switching over to manual on my smart phone has solved a host of issues with focus and colour balance.  The above is from the tree in front of my building. It seemed to have exploded into blossoms yesterday.

This one is from St Clair - just west of Yonge:

 Riot of Colour May blossoms in Toronto 2016

But the greens are oh so soft and vibrant. Can't post photos of spring without at least one shot of sunlight dancing on the maple leafs along the Beltway path:

Maple leaves on the Beltline path Toronto  May 2016

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