This is from a neat little city parkette I must have walked by a million times and yet never noticed. It is a space commemorating one of the founding members of the united steel workers union I gather and there is a jet that throws water quite a way into the air at the centre of it and then these steel beams that protrude from the ground in a display of public art. It's a very unique little place right on Toronto's famous Bay Street. Ironically they all display the first letter of my first name as well. : )
Taken June 10, 2006 on a whim as I was walking by and the nearby fountain caught my attention for the first time ever and pulled me into the park. This was more just a quick snapshot and since it was from this weekend I thought it was appropriate :)
PP: Curves (crush), A minor shadow restore. It probably could use a bit of a gama drop, just slightly too but I only noticed that once it was posted.
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