Toronto's Distillery District

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  1. AIRIC

    AIRIC TPF Noob!

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    Canoncan and I took our wives on an evening walk through the Distillery District armed with a D-20, two D-70s, a Olympus Epic 80 and an HP digital. It was another great night in Ontario.

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    My wife and I
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    I’m sure an image of me will pop up sooner or later but here is Canoncan, his wife and my wife.
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    Thats all for now. Looking forward to seeing Canoncan's shots soon.

    Enjoy,

    Eric
     
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  2. Meysha

    Meysha still being picky Vicky

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    Ahh you guys just went there to get your ladies pissed, didn't you.

    But seriously, How absolutely amazing! These colours, angles, and colours and angles are great! My favourite is the thermometer thing but they are all awesome. I wish I had colours like that in my city. :-(
     
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    Wow, I seem to think that a lot when veiwing your pictures. If you ever get the chance take the Upper Canada Brewery tour, take it, and for God's sake leave the keys at home. Our softball ball team every year would take the tour and all of us would get royaly bagged. Not sure with all this litigation mumbo jumbo if it's the same, but it's a great beer anyway.

    Fantastic work on these Airic.
     
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    One thing we learned a long time ago is our wives are much more fun before they drink :biglaugh: Not a pretty sight afterwards.

    Eric
     
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    Great shots. The colors are just amazing. The first image made me think on cowboy movies you know... a saloon. :D
     
  6. AIRIC

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    Found some pics of the happy couples.

    Canoncan took this of me and my wife
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    Mr & Mrs Canoncan
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    And another CN Tower shot
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    Freighter going through the Eastern Gap
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    Enjoy,

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    beautiful colours and textures, I especially like the way you've kept all the heads at the same level - great idea! :D
     
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    Ha, Kind of makes my wife look as tall as everyone else :)

    I'm in trouble now.

    Eric
     
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    Airic, those are some great photos! I love the contrast and colors; the angles and the overall composition. I have been working on a "Warehouse District" series for the last couple months, I see we have a common interest in this type of photograpy. I'm actually headed downtown Minneapolis again today to take more. Its a beautiful day out. Great stuff Airic! I liked the Toronto series you posted earlier as well. Keep em' coming!
    Take care- Jared
     
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    Beautiful - crystal clear, wonderfully sharp. Very nice light when you took those!!!
     
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    wow amazing shots as always! very beautiful
    its nice to see some stuff I recognize :)
     
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    delightful!
     

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