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[PHOTO] Ten photos of the Humber River, from Étienne Brûlé Park through to Magwood Park

Early Wednesday evening, I had a lovely stroll north up the Humber River from Bloor, passing through first Étienne Brûlé Park then Magwood Park on the eastern shore of the Humber. These parks were well-populated, by people taking in the warmth of the sun and by Canada geese basking by the shore.

Paddling down the muddy Humber

Slipping down to Étienne Brûlé Park

Old Mill Bridge from the north

Canada geese by the shore (1)

Canada geese by the shore (2)

Thundering Humber

South-flowing Humber by the mud

Thundering

Towards Home Smith Park

Flow

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Written by Randy McDonald

June 30, 2017 at 6:00 am

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