Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Osgoode Hall and the blossoms

The wrought iron gates separate the bustle of the city from the oasis of nature in the grounds at the classical Victorian building on Queen Street West. The charm of the landscaping is magnified in Spring when the tulips and other flowers bloom and the Flowering Crabs blossom in a pink blaze of colour.
The interior road is made of paving stones and provides a nice break from grey concrete or dark asphalt.

See more of Toronto's blossoms on my post here and more below.

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