I think just about anyone with a camera who was withing 500km of Toronto was in High Park recently to take photos of the cherry blossoms. So there are probably about 183757612351612378 better pictures than mine, but I thought I'd post one anyway.
Actually, I had more fun people-watching in the park than looking at the blossoms.
A pair of sunglasses stuck in a tree in High Park. You can see some of the cherry blossoms reflected in the glass, plus a photographer taking pictures of the blossoms.
During our Sunday walk through High Park, Jen and I stopped by Grenadier Pond after checking out the cherry blossoms. Nice view of the pond from here, and a great place for people-watching.
This man and his yorkie settled in for a nap on the grass in front of us.
Jen and I were out for a walk in High Park to see the cherry tree blossoms. I think half of the city had the exact same idea, except that many people drove there, gridlocking the roads around the park.
It's so much easier to walk, cycle, or take the subway to the park. No getting stuck in traffic, searching endlessly for parking, or worrying about getting a parking ticket.
Parks are so much better when they're not full of idling cars, angry honking motorists, and smelly exhaust.