I was in The Danforth to pick up something I had bought from eBay, and had nothing planned in the evening, so I stuck around. I played Ingress, mostly to smash some Machina portals, and decided to play as many location-based games as possible, scouting a microconfluence being one of them. The microconfluence locator took me through an alleyway over to Jones Ave., and right at the intersection of that street and Danforth Ave. is Circus Books, which is right on a microconfluence!
The Kennedy Donovan Center’s parking lot, in a tony area of New Bedford, MA, is the site of a microconfluence.
The Mike’s No Frills on Dundas St. W. and Lansdowne Ave. is the site of a microconfluence.
Behind me, while looking at this tree in High Park North, is a microconfluence.
This plant near Financial Dr. and Syntex Crt. is right on a microconfluence.
Parkdale Pet Foods in, you guessed it, Parkdale, is the site of a microconfluence.
A house with a racing car in the driveway on 19th St. and Dogwood Dr. sits on a microconfluence in Courtenay, B.C.
275 metres in this direction, on the old Farquharson farm, now jointly owned by Ducks Unlimited and the Pacific Estuary Conservation Program, is a microconfluence.
I got closer to the microconflence on the site of the future Mouth of the Creek Park today because the fence preventing me from entering a few years ago was held ajar (and has been for some time). This was my view from that spot.
Emily Paskevics wrote a good overview and history of the proposed Mouth of the Creek Park.
This was the closest I could get to a microconfluence in Toronto’s Distillery District.