Saturday 10 October 2020

Hikes, Bikes and Likes: TORONTO RAVINES #4


 Here's more stuff about some of Toronto's hidden treasures, continuing from three previous posts entitled "Hikes, Bikes and Likes: TORONTO RAVINES" #1 , #2 and #3.

On a sunny morning, shimmering light reflected from the Don River below highlights the canoes that constitute this art installation. It's located near the 'Elevated Uplands' under a bridge that carries Don Mills Road, near its junction with the Don Valley Expressway.

a) An eco-tourist attracted to view the "Shimmering Canoes". b) Your blog-editor visits the nearby "Elevated Wetlands" (a.k.a. "the solar molars").

Sculpture by Canadian naturalist, innovator and artist William Lishman.

If you have enjoyed these excursions through Toronto's network of ravines, you might also enjoy reviewing the city's other iconic sights -  ecologic, cultural and architectural as pictured on the blog "Toronto Oases".

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