Saturday, September 28, 2013

Saturday in the City

The weather was absolutely gorgeous today in #Toronto and I enjoyed biking around the city, watching the city slow down as Fall settles in. Here are just a few of the things I saw today like the street performer doing a series of moves while balanced upside down on one hand.
The CN Tower rendered in ice, casts a long shadow on the funnel art installation in Maple Leaf Square at Air Canada Centre. Three of the major professional sports teams had games on Saturday, September 28, 2013 - and they made the traffic horrendous for the drive home.
The cycle of cold nights and warm days brings changes to the canoes and kayaks - their hues take on more of the orange, yellows and reds of Fall. They all used to be green.
Tall ships are still docked along Queen's Quay - tomorrow I ride Kajama
In addition to the boats changing colours - so are some of the trees. I can never spell fall foliage without spell check (see, did it again)
HTO urban beach is a welcome place for late season sun worshipers
I watched as Rogers Centre opened their roof for the Blue Jays game
DIS OBEY says the sticker with a certain Ford face
Haunted fun with the Spirit of Halloween. Time to start thinking about your costumes for trick or treat or Halloween parties

Long shadows show the progress of a lady and her dog as she crosses the road

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