Reflections of Diane


Here’s a photo of my friend Diane, who came out with me during my Bloor Street West photo outing in downtown Toronto in the summer. I took a photo of the metal patio table, in which her face is reflected. This was at Pogue Mahone’s Pub on College Street.

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4 Responses to Reflections of Diane

  1. Deva says:

    I like your urban shots. This is no exception!

    • davecandoit says:

      Thanks. I really dig street photography and the urban experience. What I really enjoy is the sort of results you get at/around dusk downtown. My camera doesn’t handle low light conditions well, I’m afraid.

  2. Diane says:

    Um…Not sure about this photo. Looks like your friend Diane doesn’t have any teeth. Yikes!

    • davecandoit says:

      LOL… She takes them out to eat. 🙂 And don’t even ask about the glass eye or her six toes. Of course I’m only kidding. Diane has a full set of teeth and a smile that lights up a room.

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