Street scenes Toronto

10 Toronto street scenes on Instagram

Thanks to a streak of near-perfect weather, Toronto streets are bustling with the type energy one only sees in spring — you know, when it seems that everyone is just dying to get outside and soak up the sun for the first time in what feels like ages. People are eating (and drinking) outside, buskers are playing on street corners, and pedestrian and bike traffic has increased dramatically. In short, spring in Toronto is a good time to take photos. While we've already shared some images of early signs of the season and the annual ritual that is the High Park cherry blossoms, here's a more loosely defined collection of Toronto street scenes taken over the last few weeks by our Instagram followers.

There isn't really a set theme (just anything to do with the street), but taken as a whole, these images are a reminder that the city has come back to life after another winter. Add yours to the collection under the hashtag #streetlifeTO.

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Street scenes Toronto

Photo by Alandawe

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Photo by elizabethmichelle_

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Photo by this never happened

Street scenes Toronto

Photo by jasonfitzz

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Photo by litlight

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Photo by coomeshot

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Photo by cheeksocal

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Photo by zivanod

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Photo by dflack

And just in case we need a reminder that the weather isn't always like this...

Street scenes Toronto

Photo by cohengilad


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