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#31 Art

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Posted 18 September 2018 - 08:33 PM

Ha, you are right.  This is a tiny fan!8" or 10" maybe.

 

Cool little fan, I like it.  Especially the toggle to turn it on.  A bit retro.  B&W makes it more impressive.


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Posted 18 September 2018 - 11:37 PM

I recently began an online Commercial Photography course, offered by Phoenix-based photographer and teacher Don Giannatti.  I think Charles is a fan of his. 

 

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Our first Project 52 assignment was to approach a stranger and ask if we could take their picture.  This gave me a chance to meet Steve, the manager of one of our local pizza shops.  Thank you, Steve, for your pleasant cooperation.  :)


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Posted Yesterday, 03:51 PM

Very nice Mark.


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Posted Yesterday, 03:51 PM

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Posted Yesterday, 06:59 PM

I pass these steps almost every time I take my walk in the park...I am going to climb those steps one day to see whats up at the top...

 

 

 

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Posted Today, 02:03 AM

I pass these steps almost every time I take my walk in the park...I am going to climb those steps one day to see whats up at the top...

 

 

 

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Beauty! We have many such staircases throughout Toronto and I've never regretted walking up any of them. There is always something photo worthy at the top as a reward for the effort :)



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Posted Today, 02:16 AM

Osgoode Hall is a heritage building located at 130 Queen Street West, Toronto, Ontario. This historic site is the focus for legal activity in
Ontario and has garnered attention for over 170 years. Osgoode Hall occupies six acres and was acquired by the Law Society of Upper
Canada in 1829. The name Osgoode Hall honours William Osgoode the first Chief Justice of the province. Osgoode Hall withstood more than ten major restorations. The front facade maintained its originality and is basically unaltered to reflect the 1860 design. 

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