The clown of Cabbagetown

This guy was great. New just how to give me an interesting portrait. I’m so glad I got down to the festival again today. This has been one fun filled weekend, I have to say. Did the festival yesterday, then dinner and a walk with my friend last night, then a whole day of fun again today. Of course it comes with a price. I have no lunch for tomorrow now, or dinner. But that’s okay, it’s a short week for me anyway. Hope you had as much fun as I did.

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9 Responses to The clown of Cabbagetown

  1. This photograph is great! Clowns creep me out… haha but that is Stephen King’s fault. 🙂 I love how the angle captures a three-quarter’s view of the clowns face. SO colorfully delightful!

    • Oh, I remember King’s “It,” too. That was probably his last great book. The clown’s judgment on how to pose is what really makes this shot. He posed before I could offer any instruction and I knew that was the shot. Very luck day. 🙂

  2. aswirly says:

    Ha, I love this shot. It’s great!

  3. milkayphoto says:

    Fantastic! The background (scene and colors) is perfect! 🙂

    Yeah, SK’s ‘IT” creeped me out for a looooong time. But, I still like clowns. 😉

  4. This is great – great expression, great framing, and great background.

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