St James Park — where the St Lawrence neighbourhood transitions to The Garden District on the east side of Downtown Toronto — is a verdant respite, increasingly surrounded as the gaps in the local skyline are filled by new towers — but still a place where Torontonians can enjoy the dappled light of a shade tree and the gurgling of a flower-ringed fountain. In this image by UrbanToronto Forum contributor Albion_Sky, the treetops form a green quilt amid the masonry, glass, and steel.

St James Park provides a quilt of green amid the masonry, glass, and steel

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