Advertisement
Life

A look back at this weekend’s cherry blossom madness in High Park

Though Toronto’s garbage weather delayed them slightly, the cherry blossoms at High Park finally peaked this past weekend. Fans flocked to the park to take in the blooms and try to snap the perfect pink-hued selfie. As usual, people got a little carried away.

Early risers were blessed with blue skies:

 

Prepared much?

 

Dogs like blossom selfies too:

 

And taking a big whiff of and/or eating blooms:

Advertisement

 

Some even got dressed up for the occasion:

 

There were a lot of pups sporting pink hoodies:

 

And a couple of cats, too:

 

This fur baby wasn’t feeling it:

 

Nor was this human baby:

Advertisement

 

When taking a cherry blossom portrait, it’s important to be as close as possible to the blooms:

 

Closer!

 

Better yet, pluck one of the precious blooms straight from the branch:

 

Wait, maybe not. Don’t do that:

 

Note: Cherry blossoms do not actually taste like cherries.

Advertisement

 

All the hottest fashions were on display:

 

Here’s some more:

 

“Gentle caress” was a popular pose:

 

So delicate. So beautiful:

 

Inception blossoms!

Advertisement

 

Of course there were a few maternity shoots going on:

 

And engagement shoots:

 

And matchy-matchy shoots:

 

And Mother’s Day shoots:

NEVER MISS A TORONTO LIFE STORY

Sign up for This City, our free newsletter about everything that matters right now in Toronto politics, sports, business, culture, society and more.

By signing up, you agree to our terms of use and privacy policy.
You may unsubscribe at any time.

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

Advertisement
Advertisement

Big Stories

The Battle for Leslieville: Gentrification, opioids and murder in the city’s most divided neighbourhood
Deep Dives

The Battle for Leslieville: Gentrification, opioids and murder in the city’s most divided neighbourhood