Do you know where your children are?

That’s what it says on the wall behind the woman carrying the child, which is a bit ironic, don’t you think? I love irony, yet I hate ironing! How’s that for irony? This is another photo from Saturday’s outing with the group. Hope you like it.

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19 Responses to Do you know where your children are?

  1. Mauro Metallo says:

    Nice timing, dave. Well seen!
    I love the colors as well.

  2. Yes, its ironic alright and captured perfectly. Nice.

  3. teo says:

    A catchy but irony 🙂 Where do you get all the awesome graffiti in Toronto? It really seems like an interesting place to live 🙂

    • Thanks Bob. There’s graffiti all over the city, actually — but mostly vandalism crap. This set of laneways and back alleys is in the west end near Queen St. & Spadina Ave. There seems to be miles of them and for the most part they’re all adorned with very professional looking graffiti. It’s pretty cool.

    • Thanks Teo. I guess our city is filled with artists with lots of free time on their hands. 😉 Yeah, Toronto has lots to see and do. If you ever make it here I’d be happy to show you around.

  4. SC Zaionz says:

    Excellent shot!

  5. milkayphoto says:

    You have this amazing ability to be in the right place at the right time. How appropo to have the mother and child in the shot! The post processing is well done, too. Bravo! 🙂

  6. Great moment, great shot. This is what street photography is about – the combination of serendipity and awareness.

  7. The photo is outstanding! You could work a few themes here. Good eye!

  8. tinadot says:

    This is such sick such! Love how you captured the moment with the fitting background…..love it!

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