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The majority of pictures in my gallery here are pieces of Torontiana, showing typical street scenes, urban wildlife (human and other), landmarks and local institutions and their details. The other 10% or so are shots from my occasional trips outside this Canadian city.

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Stunning capture! The landscape of the caldera wall and the soft light on it is breathtaking!

Funny art! I had pretty much nothing to do with it, just reporting what's out there :)

Thanks, Antonio, I have some doubts about the composition. Namely, the boat could be a little too close to the edge.

Incredible sharpness and clarity on this shot, Ken. Just love it, David.

Depends on the day, I guess. I posted some from another time in the same place, when conditions were very different. (the ones with the kite surfers). Thank you you for your comment and a Happy New Year to you!

Happy shooting!

Ah, but it was really hot there when I took it - early afternoon is a good time to stay indoors! They didn't invent siesta for nothing! :))

Thank you, Sir! All the best to you, too - enjoy the summer! :)

I like your view over the stormy mountains, and thunderstorm season has finally arrived here yesterday!

Ain't in cool what little details one can find around a city?!

G'day, Mr V.! Yep, nice peelings indeed. The problem was choosing which downspout to play with!


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