Dundas Square, Toronto

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hmmmmm i think i’ll just sit here and paint my nails. great color!

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Toronto’s mini version of NYC’s Times Square. In the warm weather this place is packed with people.

March 25th, 2015

Nikon D90 35mm

flyers

no one’s taking…

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corner of Dundas & Yonge

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27 thoughts on “Dundas Square, Toronto

  1. andy1076 says:

    Love how you varied the different effects 🙂

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  2. hbhatnagar says:

    Some pictures are pixelated, for some reason.

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  3. aladywrites4u says:

    I think the first one is really cool. I would have bought that guys lunch. Interesting people are a rare find and he seems like a man with a story.

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  4. M.A. says:

    Aw, when you said Times Sqare, I thought you meant like the old, raunchy Times Square, with the hookers and the porn places. Ah, memories. But this place is nice too, and your photos are, as always, engaging images.

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  5. yprior1 says:

    love the variety – the tables are a fav -and so is the opening shot of the worker on a break ❤

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  6. sheldonk2014 says:

    It’s great to see how the other half live especially where you are so close to the states beautiul work love how you with from black and white to color great contrast

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  7. Les says:

    Your photo’s are showing much improvement. I see that you are getting “out there” much more and taking some nice Images. They do seem to show a busy area like Times Square in NYC. I’ve been to NYC 2 times and always find the City to be fascinating to be a part of. NYC never seems to sleep. Always people in a hurry. The Lights, hussle, and bussel of he City make you stand and just watch. It’s amazing!

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  8. jvlivs says:

    Love each and every last one of these shots! They kick some major butt!

    -Especially if it’s downtown.

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  9. T.R. Sanders says:

    These are all great (and make me want to wander the streets of Toronto), but I am totally digging those sepia tones!

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  10. I really loved the effects you played around in this series. It accentuated its beauty and made it more fascinating 🙂 Good job honey! ❤

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  11. Sean Mungin says:

    This looks like a vintage photo

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