Mimico-by-the-Lake Photography Project Day 1

For 12 years now I’ve had Lake Ontario at my doorstep, not to mention one of the most spectacular view of the Toronto skyline and I totally take it for granted. Weeks, no –  months, can go by without a trip down to the water’s edge. Now I’m determined to change all that. Armed with nothing more than a new pair of sneakers and my beloved Canon I plan to go by the lake at least once a day and document that trip here. I hope you enjoy it.

Hard to believe this is city living.

Hard to believe this is city living.

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Remember when the linear park was just a dream?

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The times they are a changing.

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Even weeds can be beautiful.

Hard to believe this is city living.

This sign says it all.

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10 thoughts on “Mimico-by-the-Lake Photography Project Day 1

  1. About time you opened your doors. We uplanders just discovered the lake several years ago but it was sometimes just too far to get to. But this year has been a revelation also, we have been to the lake 2, maybe 3 times every week. We discover so much each time and make sure we don’t delete the wrong pictures/videos! (see our blog for the meaning of this)
    Thanks for your wonderful discoveries.

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