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Summer's Eve

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Ruebenkraut, Aliaksandr Gubarevich, Steve Bucknell, Majka and 2 other people have particularly liked this photo


16 comments - The latest ones
 Gerard Perin
Gerard Perin club
entre ombre et lumière
2 years ago.
John FitzGerald club has replied to Gerard Perin club
J'ai aimé la ressemblance des gens avec une silhouette, Gerard.
2 years ago.
 tiabunna
tiabunna club
Anonymity in a crowd. :-)
2 years ago.
John FitzGerald club has replied to tiabunna club
One thing Canadians are good at, George.
2 years ago.
 Denis Croissant
Denis Croissant club
Bored with that empty lot....
2 years ago.
John FitzGerald club has replied to Denis Croissant club
Me, too. Denis. It's been empty for a long time. It turns out there's a dispute with the city about the exact delineation of the lot.
2 years ago.
 Keith Burton
Keith Burton club
Very nice combination of candid shot and cityscape John.
2 years ago.
John FitzGerald club has replied to Keith Burton club
Thanks, Keith. I always like the contrast between the tiny people and the big buildings -- which are of course the creations of some of those tiny people.
2 years ago.
 rdhinmn gone for a bit
rdhinmn gone for a b… club
Waiting for a bus - sit in the sun or stand in the shade. I like the subtle reflections of the two tall buildings at the left in the two tall advertisements in the wait-shed. And the the building in the middle, in the sunlit part of the trashcan. Sort of a skyline in miniature.
2 years ago.
 John FitzGerald
John FitzGerald club
Now that you mention it, Bob, the posters line up pretty will with the two tall buildings, don't they? Thanks for the insight.
2 years ago.
 Steve Bucknell
Steve Bucknell club
Hmm...gets you thinking of queues...I'd buy a book of queue photographs, fascinating phenomena, a kind of script, hieroglyphs....It'll have been done. Everything just a Google away.
2 years ago.
Steve Bucknell club has added
Amazing! Lots of interesting queue threads to follow. Couldn't find a photo book, though.
2 years ago.
Steve Bucknell club has added
A live queue-cam would work here.
2 years ago.
John FitzGerald club has replied to Steve Bucknell club
That's a great idea, Steve. I was trying to take a queue picture today but couldn't get it to work. People were flooding into the atrium of a building downtown to line up for free...cupcakes.
2 years ago.
John FitzGerald club has replied to Steve Bucknell club
We could have a race to completion, Steve. I'd probably have an unfair advantage, though, because Torontonians love to queue. Years ago they used to say that two Englishmen waiting at a bus stop would form a queue. In Toronto you only need one. In subway stations and boarding streetcars anywhere you can board by either the front or backdoor. The first person to the stop will stand exactly where the front or back door is going to be.
2 years ago.
John FitzGerald club has replied to Steve Bucknell club
They probably have them, too.
2 years ago.

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