Weekly Photo Challenge: Bridge

 Harbourfront bridge

Harbourfront, Toronto. July 2017

Last weekend, as part of the Canada Day 150th birthday celebrations on July 1, 2017, the word’s biggest rubber duck made an appearance at the HTO Park near Harbourfront in downtown Toronto.  When the boyfriend and I strolled along the harbour in order to get to the duck, there were so many people all walking to approach the same destination.  There were so many people all united to see the same thing!  There was a bridge that we crossed and this was the first time I had seen this bridge so packed.  There were so many people that we even had to wait in line to get up on the bridge to walk across.  It was crazy.

If it wasn’t for the duck (and I guess the Canada Day celebrations…), this bridge of people wouldn’t have formed.  The duck bridged us all together! 😀

#bridgefullofpeople

#duckthatbridgedustogether

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11 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Bridge

  1. It really is packed! Better you than me, but I’m glad you had fun.

    janet

  2. smkelly8 says:

    Glad you enjoyed Canada’s 150th birthday!

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