My camera has been working overtime lately, but while the temperatures are hot I spend as much time outside as I possibly can because I am a summer girl at heart, so my computer and my blog have been put on the back burner. However, I don’t want my followers to think I am neglecting them, so here’s one of my favourite shots from the last few weeks :).
Near the end of June, we blatantly ignored the weatherman and headed down to the Toronto waterfront for the official launch of the Tall Ships 1812 Tour. We took the subway down from the north end of the city and then walked to Harbourfront. Unfortunately, the weatherman actually got it right for once and we got caught in the rain which didn’t seem to want to stop. I did get a few photos of the ships which I will share with you shortly, but we also had fun taking pictures of the downtown architecture. Mike and I both noticed this scene at the exact same moment, and as is often the case lately it quickly became a competition to see who could get the best shot. This is Toronto’s famous CN Tower, and I just love how it is framed by the two high-rises.