Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Pictures from an early morning run

When I'm having a tough run, I rarely notice the scenery.  I'm too caught up with breathing and getting one foot in front of the other to get through the run.  That doesn't happen often thankfully. Most times I enjoy the views along the route and enjoy the glimpses inside the homes in the neighbourhoods I run through. No, I'm not a voyeur, I'm not crouching in the bushes...I'm running!

Every once in a while when I have my Cell phone with me something catches my eye and I stop to take a photo.  Here are a few of my favourites:

These power transmission lines run parallel to a main railway line.  Some Big $ homes back onto this stretch of 'green'...hey, this is the city!

Further along the same trail I love the mash up of buildings:  in the foreground, the peaked building is the local hockey rink;  the mid-ground are some high end condos;  the background office towers.  All this packed into the small area north east of the intersection of Islington Avenue and Bloor Street West.

Although we don't live near a major highway, we do have an overpass.  This one allows Dundas Street West to go over both the main railway line and Royal York Road.  

Until next time...

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