In Toronto: So Long, Cherry Blossoms!

As expected, the thrill of cherry blossoms gracing Toronto was short-lived! I’m usually not one to go out of my way for these planters, but since I had a free Monday to diddle-daddle I went out of my way to go to High Park! And luckily for us, it was the very first day of bloom! There were a sea of people in every direction at 3PM — everyone else had the same idea for a visit (doesn’t anyone have work?!). The only way that I could capture these puffles was by shooting at the sky. I very quickly lost interest. I don’t quite understand the amusement of these, but it took a 20-minute walk into High Park to find these so it was mandatory that I just enjoy the sight.

Next time, I’ll instead be conveniently at U of T or Trinity Bellwoods to join in on the cherry blossom hype.

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(This may or may not be my summer house available now on airbnb)

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  1. Rini says:

    I think you would need to go somewhere like Japan to be really wowed by cherry blossoms. The ones in High Park are too spaced out, but I guess that gives people room to take pics. We both know how crowded it is during cherry blossom season. Lol

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    1. Alice says:

      Right, it’s is all about going to Japan! Like in anime, when the sakuras are fluttering off the branches and floating around you — that’s what I want to see! Not getting it here, maybe just a new facebook cover, lol.

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