Posted by Damon Schreiber (Toronto, Canada) on 30 April 2007 in Miscellaneous and Portfolio.
I'm sure I don't know.
[Dupont & Bathurst, Toronto]
nice shot - I really like the photo of the ostrich
30 Apr 2007 5:34am
@Art Monkey: Thanks, AM!
sorry emu :)
@Art Monkey: No problem!
30 Apr 2007 8:27am
@Bronnie: Good question. Thanks, Bronnie!
So much going on here.. Great reflection, framing and picture of a picture
30 Apr 2007 3:13pm
@Nick Passantino: Thanks, Nick!
Love the shot and reflections...Emu? mmm perhaps it's lost and they are trying to find it? ; )
30 Apr 2007 3:22pm
@Jen: I like that idea: lost emu wandering around Toronto! Thanks, Jen!
I really loved that photo of the ostrich, really cool, interesting framing!
30 Apr 2007 4:10pm
@Alfredo J. Martiz J.: Thanks, Alfredo! Emu.
:D Funny idea hanging an Emu in the window. Eyecatcher-symptom?
30 Apr 2007 4:13pm
@SPunkt: Could be. Thanks, SPunkt!
Great capture. I like that ostrich!
BTW, is there any special url for the theme project or just a normal submit would be enough!?
30 Apr 2007 7:21pm
@Behrooz: Thanks, Behrooz! A normal submit is just fine. Later on, there may be a special place to put the themed images, but Aaron has a lot on his plate right now migrating the Aminus3 server.
And thanks for the comment on the emu!
Ha - great window shot - I like the desaturated look to the window and the vivid emu.
30 Apr 2007 9:35pm
@Jason Kravitz: Thanks, Jason!
Because they can't walk backwards, or so I'm told. Love the randomness of this scene, it's these pieces of everyday oddity that keep me interested in taking photos, great work Damon!
30 Apr 2007 11:36pm
@Chris Sullivan: Many thanks for your kind words, Chris!
another cool shot, nice emu
1 May 2007 4:02am
@William: Thanks, William!
Maybe a satisfied customer?
1 May 2007 5:11am
@Stu: Indeed. Thanks, Stu!
Maybe to incite people to be curious as an emeu, and thus to incite them to have a look into the shop!?
1 May 2007 11:04am
@Alain: I like it! Thanks, Alain!
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