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A Cold Walk

A pedestrian passes through a park in mid-town Toronto on the coldest afternoon of the year thus far. January 16, 2007.

PP: none.

-sL

A Cold Walk

A pedestrian passes through a park in mid-town Toronto on the coldest afternoon of the year thus far. January 16, 2007.

PP: none.

-sL

comments (4)

Nice. I like the texture of the branches over the blue sky and the hint of the building in the background.
If I were a pedestrian... A tale of woe, as written by Mr. snow, and read by Sean Connery.

If I were a pedestrian, I would see the world from a different view, instead of falling downwards and laying to rest, I would fall forwards, resting only for a moment to watch the colours change then moving on again. If I were a pedestrian I could decide where to go, instead of falling like the snow. I could travel the world, see many things, and be many places. But as snow, i have nowhere to go.

-VV-
Iain Myrans: Dear Mr. Snow, what happens when you melt? Thank you Mr. Connery for dropping by to read for us smile
  • Mal
  • 24 Jan 2007, 17:54
the title conveys the image very well Iain, I really like these subtle suns tones on the bark of the trees. Lovely image. Mal
  • Ellie
  • 25 Jan 2007, 00:13
and it looks very cold too. Even though there isn't much snow on the ground, this picture captures the moment perfectly.

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