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Old Jul 10, 2007, 5:15 PM   #1
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These were shots made in the distillery (or formerly distillery )area of Toronto, typically a tourist fixture in a yuppie area.



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Typically a Canadian establishment-coffee shop







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Old Jul 11, 2007, 12:33 AM   #2
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Very nice and interesting shots, that's some chandelier.
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Old Jul 11, 2007, 1:00 AM   #3
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Love the first one Daniel. The second is a good one for the wide angle.

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Old Jul 11, 2007, 1:13 AM   #4
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Nice sharp shots Daniel

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Is that somewhere on Younge St I'm guessing... think I have been there.. about 18 years ago when in upstate NY, and visiting step mother's family in the area.

Father and step mom had a condo you could almost look down into the Sky Dome if the roof was open.... well at least one side of the field. (24th flr)
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Old Jul 11, 2007, 9:43 AM   #6
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Beautiful shots, Daniel.

I really love the first one. The lighting is exactly the kind I like, and you captured it perfectly.
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Old Jul 11, 2007, 9:52 AM   #7
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Daniel,

You posted the second shot before haven't you? That or I sure remember seeing it somewhere else. I remember the guy in the white shirt withhis hand or the girls bottom.
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Nice pictures Daniel!

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Old Jul 11, 2007, 5:17 PM   #9
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ishino wrote:
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Daniel,

You posted the second shot before haven't you?¬* That or I sure remember seeing it somewhere else.¬* I remember the guy in the white shirt with¬*his hand or the girls bottom.

Ishino & Rodney

Thanks for taking time to comment. I did post an similar /earlier pict



The chandelier (original : http://www.pbase.com/danieltong/image/77588067/orginal ) immediately drew my attention and I thought the protrait mode (all the way to the top) was more impressive.

But looking back this one (landscape mode with more width and defished besides the groping hand of course) has another 3D touch.




I am the type that I hate dictating to people what is good or bad. Your view (in terms of impact or the lack thereof) is more relevant.

Ishino,
To answer your question: it is not the same pict re groping hand.



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Hayward wrote:
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Is that somewhere on Younge St¬* I'm guessing... think I have been there.. about 18 years ago when in upstate NY, and visiting step mother's family in the area.

Father and step mom had a condo you could almost look down into the Sky Dome if the roof was open.... well at least one side of the field.¬* (24th flr)
Tom, Fred, Dawg and Hayward,
Thanks for looking. The location is around a mile away from Yonge St. The portrait view (as shown above) is equally interesting I believe.

Gazander:
Your handling of light is unique (re your glass and leaf shots of your DA40mm). I know you like the first one with or without the minor overexposure. I could have cropped off part of the bottom. Yeah too lazy.

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