Today I went on a tour of the 'liminal' landscapes at York University, as part of my Imagining Toronto course. The majority of the York campus is sterile, angular, full of concrete and devoid of character. However, there are many beautiful and historic natural features on the campus, which few people (including faculty and staff) know about. It was hard to believe we were still on campus, and not on a hike somewhere in a conservation area!
Enjoy this post, and the next one which feature scenic fall foliage from "wild" locations on campus, Stong Pond, the Maloca Garden and...that body of water you see is Black Creek! Yep, its not just an expressway, you know.