by Stephanie Malek
Yes, it's winter. We're all pining away for warmer days, sunnier weather, and to not have to wear a million clothes all the time. No matter what season it is, we're always wishing it was a different season. Except for Fall, that is.
Summer is too hot. Spring is too wet. Winter is hecka cold. But Fall - Fall is perfect. You can walk around the city in nothing but a cardigan and jeans and all around you are beautiful trees, porches with carved jack o' lanterns on them, empty child-less streets, and the sweet smell of falling leaves.
There are a few spots in Toronto where the leaves are the most stunning:
- The Don Valley - drive up the parkway and your eyes will be drenched in stunning reds, yellows, and oranges.
- High Park - I've already professed my love for the park, but I will do so again (and forever).
- Trinity Bellwoods - added bonus of adorable doggies in the dog pit!
I know it's hip to like Fall, and pumpkin spice, and all that stuff but Toronto's abundance of trees and parks, paired with the mild temperatures, gives us a real treat! I know it feels ages away, but remember fall and the city as it was just a few short months ago:
Do you have any wonderful photos of Toronto in the fall?