….thanks to Jez for hosting Water, Water Everywhere https://jezbraithwaite.blog/2023/03/13/in-the-distance-water-water-everywhere-167/
Category Archives: Toronto
Sunday Trees – Trees That Frame the Skyline
Weekly Prompts Weekend Challenge – Winter is Definitely Not Done With Us
….thanks to Sue W and GC for this week’s prompt ‘chill’ https://weeklyprompts.com/2023/03/11/weekly-prompts-weekend-challenge-chill/
I knew it was too good to be true. We’ve had such a mild winter and very little snow and then all of a sudden we’ve had three major storms in the last three weeks. The second blast of winter melted away almost completely over the next two days because it was warm and sunny but yesterday’s snow will probably hang around for awhile.
Midweek Monochrome Challenge – #124
…thanks to Brashley Photography for this week’s challenge https://brashley.photography/2023/03/08/mid-week-monochrome-124/
Strong architectural lines on modern additions and buildings in Toronto.
Wordless Wednesday – March 8, 2023
RDP Wednesday – Museum
…thanks to the Ragtag community for hosting RDP https://ragtagcommunity.wordpress.com/2023/03/08/rdp-wednesday-museum/
I love museums. How could I not, when I have a son who is a curator at the Victoria and Albert in London, England and I am a volunteer at Montgomery’s Inn, one of Toronto’s Historical Museums.
We have have numerous museums in Toronto, the most famous being the ROM (Royal Ontario Museum). My husband and I have been members for years and love taking friends from out of town and in town to the museum as our guests.
Silent Sunday – March 5, 2023
Sunday Trees – March 5, 2023
…in the neighbourhood
Ice Sculptures in Nature
…with all the wave action from the lake and colder temperatures these sculptures emerge
It’s been an unusually warm winter but we’ve had a few colder days and when the waves from the lake hit the shoreline and the trees these lovely ice formations take place.