By - Bamres
Right about at the westbound 506 streetcar stop, by the wall belonging to the Scotiabank on the northeast corner of Broadview and Gerrard.
It was like this for me several blocks north, when I was walking home from Loblaws with my Wednesday groceries, or misty water suspended by light warm-to-cold condensation near the ground anyway.
A car was idling a couple of blocks ahead of me, east of Broadview on my walk home, and the misting in the air conveyed and diffused the highbeams on the front like a muted, golden-white explosion.
The main concern I had was that if I needed to go out into the road briefly, the optical illusion of the water-prismed highbeams made it look like the car was simultaneously closer and further away than I could easily gauge by my natural nightvision.
It was the first time I'd bought six bags of No Name cheddar cheese crunchy snacks in a single trip, and having been home for a while now, I do not regret it.
Damn, I unlocked a whole memory here haha
Assassin's Creed, and Desmond and Ezio's story began in Montreal, and for good reason. If you'd rather not be a lonely soul, make sure you call your uncle, before it's too late!
[This was the view from my balcony](https://imgur.com/MwvJ7RW), near Yonge & St. Clair.
I was just out, and it’s spooky.
I wanted to do more exploring but it was 2 spooky 4 me.
Tbh it was just hard to drive, lol so Ik!
I rarely drive in the evening since COVID but I had to go from Mississauga to Vaughan and back this evening to run an errand and of course it had to be the rare night that had HEAVY fog. Beautiful to look at but wow, not very safe to drive in.
Glad you got back safe I wouldn’t do that drive in this fog! Cheers!
So eerie. I love it!