This was the closest I could get to a microconfluence in Toronto’s Distillery District.
Standing on a microconfluence, I look upon St. Andrew by-the-Lake Anglican Church.
A microconfluence sits in Lake Ontario, 100 metres north of Algonquin Island.
This tree near the intersection of Bathurst St. and Lawrence Ave. W. is the site of a microconfluence.
My view from a microconfluence in a back alley near W. Springfield St. and Tremont St. in Boston’s South End.
The back of Brunswick Place is about as close to a microconfluence as I’ll get to in Stratford’s downtown area.
Past this bush and inside this house in The Beaches is a microconfluence.
I’m fenced off from a microconfluence, which sits on an empty lot by the Bathurst Street Bridge, the Fort York branch of the Toronto Public Library, and CityPlace, and the rail corridor where VIA, UP Airport Express, and GO trains glide by.
This house near the intersection of Roxton Rd. and Dundas St. W. stood in my way to a microconfluence.
A construction site on Greensides Ave. near St. Clair W. is the location of a microconfluence.
My view from a microconfluence in Fort Myers Beach, Florida. In the background is The Palms, and it’s the entrance to the Waterside complex at Bay Beach.
This green parking lot in a Wychwood laneway is on a microconfluence.
I’m about as close as I can get to a microconfluence on Buckingham St. in Cambridge, MA.
The most interesting thing is a big white house.
The closest I’ve ever gotten to standing at a microconfluence! This is in High Park North, Toronto, Ontario.