Hi TomRose. Good situational contrast :)!! Question: does the frost freeze the hamburgers, or do the hamburger melt the snow??? Like. Greetings from France. Cottius
Super title and wonderful colour contrast -
Nice idea and capture; like the colors
This isn't your ordinary hot dog shack... oh no!
It's a BIG hot dog shack! :)
Love the irony here too... hot dogs cold paws :)~ Liked! Have a wonderful Weekend! :)GG
Hello Cottius, Slavek, Monica, Nicodemos Oram and GG, it was in my focus for a while, but the snow made the colours stand out even more. I was thinking, it is such a American scene, so with the Red, White and Blue! it is complete!
Thanks for your visit and comments!
Cottius, The Royal Burger is closed for the season. ;-(.....
GG, in this business Dog eats Dog, so you have to make your self stand out!
Greetings, Tomas from Toronto
TomRose - Beautiful contrast! Do you have a hot dog?
Greetings From Brasil, SergioMatte
Closed for holidays?
Hello Sergio and Minu, thanks for visit and compliment!
Thank you for like
Not too many people go on the Lake shore in winter time. They would not make much business before April. The winds can be very cold. Only ducks and few crazy people will visit.
But that not fair on the ducks, where are the going to get there Hot dogs now? Nice shot Tom. Mick
Hello Mick, life is not fair, you should know by now!
Ducks can direct their complains to:
The crazies, like me, could use a little diet after the holidays!
Thanks for your visit and comments and the like!
This is the only reason, why we canadians survive the winters!
Greetings from Serbia,
Hello Veljko & Mirjana, thanks for visit. Happy with your comments and like 9.
صور رائعة البوم جميل تحياتي من طرابلس م علاء سعيد LIKE
م علاء سعيد, Thanks for your visit and like 10! Tomas
BiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiG hot dogs!!!!!!!! Mmmmmmmh! Jejejej! :D
Saludos Tomas! :D
Pablo, always enthusiastic! ;-)
Really beautiful! Like! Greetings!
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Photo taken in Sir Casimir Gzowski Park, 1751 Lake Shore Boulevard West, Toronto, ON, Canada
Sir Casimir Gzowski Park
Misplaced? Suggest new location