Today’s Usual Photo takes us to Toronto‘s Humber Bay Shores area for their view of Humber Bay Toy store. The park near Lake Side Boulevard West and Park Turf Road is divided into Humber Gulf Park East and West just Mimico Creek, seen at the heart of the shot, traversed by the Santiago Calatrava-designed Mimico Creek Pedestrian Connect. This shot from Forum factor Jasonzed faces north across the park to your growing Humber Bay Shores local community skyline.
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