Had a bit of fun last week after an appointment downtown Toronto. I wandered through St James Park near King and Church.  Was one of the first nice spring like days we’ve had so far.  The city gardeners were out in force planting tulips and daffodils.

Photo of St James Park in the spring

Didn’t have a lot of time, but I managed to snag a handful of ok photos. It was nice to see the fuzzy green starting to appear on the bushes.

Photo of bushes showing green leaves - St James Park

We still have a long way to go when it comes to shaking off the winter doldrums. I have to admit, I kind of like this last photo. The framing worked out better than expected. I didn’t even see the women walking in the background, I was so fixated on trying to focus on the branches. As it turns out, a lucky shot. The women, blurred in the background turned the photo into something far more interesting.

Photo of women strolling in St. James park

Now that the weather has improved, I feel more inclined to go take photos. There’s something about freezing my tail feathers off that makes me lazy.  What can I say, I can find any excuse to stay home and watch trashy TV rather than work.

 

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