I love the lines, colours and textures of Sycamore trees and in London we’re lucky to have many fine American Sycamores – they must like the climate and soil here. This is a view of Victoria Park in the middle of downtown and three such trees.
This is a surface detail of a "modern" sculpture in Victoria Park, erected in 1950 and "Dedicated to the cultural enjoyment of the citizens of London." It is a large silver-coloured piece with this graffiti-like finish etched into its surface. From an artistic point of view, it was ahead of its time. I will do some research to find out who the artist was.
A view looking toward the Cenotaph at Dufferin and Wellington Streets in Victoria Park. This London, Ontario park, named after Queen Victoria in 1874, is home to many wonderful annual events. It's also a nice place to relax and enjoy the trees, walkways and nearby coffee shops.
This pretty tree ornament hangs on the Angel Tree at Victoria Park. This is a very special tree decorated by the Bereaved Families of Ontario - Southwest Region - to remember their children who have died.