I know it's June already, ,but I've finally got time now to sort through my first batch of May photos. May was overall somewhat eventful. There was a family Quebec trip (post coming soon), and there were many girly bonding time that involved shopping, coffee, boardgames and of course getting lost in odd parts of town (Etobicoke! Ugh). One gorgeous Saturday I got to see all the fluffy animals at Woofstock. My shutter kept going off, snapping pictures from Woodbine Park to Toronto Centre Island. The breeze blowing through our hair as we stroll through the island boardwalk was very rejuvenating. We waited for dawn, so the cityscape across the lake formed a strong contrast silhouette against the evening colours in the sky. It was lovely. My pictures taken from the 50mm lens can't do its justice. I remembered staring at the sundown, captivated by the view, feeling so frail and yet memorable, as most things are in transition from one state to the another.
"It's only temporary", so a voice echoed in my head as the sky darkens.
Toronto's was lively and colourful as always. The following Sunday, we explored Kensington Market and the west strips of Queen Street on our way to the Gladstone Hotel. You find the most interesting and friendly folks in this city. I regret not making the effort exploring the city more while I had the opportunity to in University with their free frequent shuttles to downtown. However, I'm glad I realized this regret now at this age because I've developed new appreciation for the quirky nuisances of this place.
Never too late I guess.