Laundry Day

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I shot this back in the middle of June during a walkabout in Toronto’s west end. I like how the rest of the person is reflected in the glass of the door, although admittedly it’s not easy to see. Hope you like it.

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2 Responses to Laundry Day

  1. John Griggs says:

    Fun stuff as usual! Seldom comment anywhere any more but then again I haven’t been real active myself. However, I’m going to be in Toronto from the 22nd through the 25th, and the 22nd (Sunday) I’m flying in in the morning and will be free that day. Any chance we can meet up? I don’t get up that way ever so this business trip is a rare opportunity for me.

    If not, no worries; but I thought I’d take advantage of the chance to shake your hand and maybe get to shoot with you before I head back. Evenings Monday and Tuesday work also.

    Keep shooting!
    John
    (johngriggs at verizon dot net)

    • Hi John. I’m not sure about Sunday at this moment. I’mean helping a friend with her apartment search and we may be running around Sunday looking at places. I’ll let you know if I get any free time. Enjoy your time in Toronto. If you’re looking for places to check out, Kensginton Market and Chinatown (they’re right next to each other) would be a good bet for street shooting.

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