Staring down the barrel

Since this is yet another somber anniversary of that tragic attack back in 2001, I thought I’d post this photo, taken at the Steam Era Fair in Milton. As part of the fair there was an antique car exhibit and one of the vehicles happened to be an army jeep equipt with machine guns and all. Me, I’m not big on guns, being a city folk, but I do like the look of them. Most of the gun murders here in Toronto are committed with weapons smuggled up from the U.S., unfortunately.

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2 Responses to Staring down the barrel

  1. aswirly says:

    That IS unfortunate 😦 Are guns illegal in Canada? Or more…um…controlled? This is a very cool image. Such great dof.

    • Thanks Amber. Guns here are a bit more controlled. Hand guns are only available with a very difficult to get special permit, for instance. There’s no such thing as walking out the door of a sportsman show with a gun in your hand. You have to jump through plenty of hoops long before you actually get the weapon. I think a few States have similar laws in place.

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