One more in the series of signs... This is Honest Ed's previously featured here from the rear. And that, I believe is a fitting bookend to the series.
[Bloor & Bathurst, Toronto]
Nice choice for an end to a serie! Powerfull colors, appealing composition... really I'm impressed to see what can be achieve with signs...
22 Dec 2006 10:28am
@MnX: Thanks so much, Cyrille! Glad you liked them. I may revisit this idea again later as there are still a lot more signs to capture before their time is up.
'honest ed alley' ... i love it!
22 Dec 2006 10:43am
@wanganeges: It's even more fun from inside the store: First he had the building on the left (since the 1950s), then bought and expanded into the one on the right (early 1980s). But the only way to get from one to the other is either the basement, or the walkway on the third floor. Honest Ed himself, bless his soul, is in his early 90s.
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you too.
This is a great shot!.
22 Dec 2006 10:46am
@badala: Thank you and likewise! Obrigado, Badala!
Yeah...nice way to end the series, Damon. Nice composition and balance. (And a nice take on the evolution of man on the right!)
22 Dec 2006 11:36am
@Shadow Mountains: Hee Hee, evolution of man... Thanks, Shadow!
I think I like Ed's office door more than his alley. Nice shot.
22 Dec 2006 12:53pm
@Angry Buddha: Yeah, I think it gives you an idea what the building used to be... Thanks, Sean!
Enjoyed the series! Well done!
22 Dec 2006 1:44pm
@Craiger: Thank you very much, Craiger!
Nice composition and colors. Merry Christmas ! :)
22 Dec 2006 4:11pm
@H.O: Thanks, and Ho Ho Ho, H.O!
An interesting game between the colors of the store end the clothes of people. A dynamic street shot!
22 Dec 2006 8:41pm
@Still: Thanks, Still!
symmetric composition is very nice. cool shot.
23 Dec 2006 12:27am
@Makoto T: Thanks, Makoto! I've said it before: I'm a sucker for symmetry!
I think the three people on the right are interesting it looks like they are walking in a line. Neat symetry
23 Dec 2006 12:01pm
@Maoya: Thanks, Maoya! I liked the pedestrians as well.
like the symmetry. esp the 2 yellow swirls. gives the pic a unique twist=) (o.. no pun intended)
25 Dec 2006 2:46am
@benjamin: Many thanks, Benjamin!
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