Tag Archives: Drummer

“I think I can see god!”

I like groupings because it’s so difficult to have them work out. What I mean is, when the grouping of random people doesn’t turn into a jumbled mess of confusion and busyness. In this case you have a drummer dressed … Continue reading

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Queen West Drummer

During my outing Saturday I ran into my friend Vicky from the photo walks group and we ended up out at Queen & Spadina for couple of pints at the Horseshoe Tavern. From there we headed up Spadina, but not … Continue reading

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Drummer on Yonge

This guy was busy entertaining the crush of midday shoppers entering and exiting the Eaton Centre, at the Dundas Square corner. He was pretty good, too. I took this photo last summer. It’d be a tad cold today to be … Continue reading

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