The highest point of the Scarborough Bluffs is called, appropriately, Cathedral Bluffs.
Here are some photos from last year, taken from below:
On this windy, cold, but sunny 2021 day I had a good look at the park above:
There, on the black bough of a snow-flecked maple,
Fearless and gay as our love,
A bluejay cocked his crest!
Oh, who can tell the range of joy
Or set the bounds of beauty? – Sara Teasdale (1884–1933)
The first time I visited Cathedral Bluffs was on the morning of June 8, 2004 to observe a transit of Venus (which only occurs twice every 100 years or so). The spot was chosen as it had the best view in Toronto of the rising sun with Venus already a black dot on its surface. Luckily, it was clear and everything worked out perfectly.
This is so beautiful. How I miss the Lake! And the bud details–works of art. Thanks, Miles!