I have not visited this place for a few years now. We used to come here a lot then we lived closer and kids were younger. In summer this park gets very crowded – people come with families to barbecue, play sports and swim. There is a busy marina nearby. Right now, though, it is calm - there are just a couple of cars on the parking lot. Just what a photographer needs.
I like this park because it is so different from all the other parks in Toronto. The cliffs add so much character to its landscape – and do create a lot of news in summer – with people being rescued from them almost every other week. I wonder, how many of them are photographers?
It was getting warm and the snow was beginning to melt around the edges of the maple leaf.
The water was very still, with almost no visible ripple. There was three distinct colour in it – the horizon was dark blue, turning into the beautiful aquamarine in the middle and then slowly fading into the very light blue with a hint of purple.
Two swans having a nap in the early afternoon were not happy to see yet another photographer lurking in the bushes. After all the commotion of the weekend, they probably consider Monday their well earned day off.