Humber River Bridge
The Humber River Arch Bridge is a pedestrian and bicycle bridge at the point where Toronto’s Humber river merges into Lake Ontario. The bridge is about 3-4 km from my place (depending on the route) on the popular recreational trail along the waterfront of the city.
Also known as the Humber Bay Arch Bridge, the Humber River Pedestrian Bridge, or the Gateway Bridge, the bridge is 139 metres in length, and was built in 1994.
The trail gets quite busy on evenings and weekends of summer with cyclists, rollerbladers, joggers, dog walkers, kids and casual strollers, so I seldom use it during those times. My regularly irregular time to run is early in the morning.
I was hanging out at the place today with some friends and I had to take a post-sunset picture. Watching me take pictures at night is kinda weird (for others) because I have to lie on the ground at various angles, use my little semi-broken stand and adjust the exposure a couple of times. Its a very geeky process, but it works to my satisfaction. 🙂
PS: This is post no. 28. What else is 28? hmm, my age since last 6 days. Isn’t it hard to remember it just after you enter a new year?