Bob interesting shot like 2 best regards Monica
These are official mural(s) to beautify some of the back alleys. Was walking my usual shortcut to supermarket when I noticed these had been done within the past week.
Yes, sometimes the son is working. Usually the evening shifts.
Appreciate the comments Tom
Hey Tom; I'm in the east end (CabbageTown). Yeah I know what you mean too much concrete. The day I was there was 2 days after the official opening and on the long weekend. Hardly anybody there. When I rode by there this past weekend it was crowded with kids playing, so that was good to see.
What's crazy is that there are no lights/cross walk for children to cross 4 lanes of Lakeshore Drive, to get to the other side of the park!
Sherbourne Common is a stunning waterfront park that has transformed a former industrial area into much needed public greenspace on the lake. It is also the first park in Canada to integrate a neighbourhood-wide stormwater treatment facility into its design.
Located just east of Lower Sherbourne Street, the 1.5 hectare park spans more than two city blocks, from Lake Ontario in the south to Lake Shore Boulevard in the north, on both sides of Queens Quay.
Sherbourne Common was designed by renowned landscape architects Phillips Farevaag Smallenberg to bring a feeling of "life at the lake" to the area. The park features a wide open greenspace, a skating rink that doubles as a splash pad in the summer, a striking zinc-clad Pavilion, and a stunning water channel with three dramatic art sculptures. Sherbourne Common will become a well-used destination for city residents and visitors all year-round.
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