Thursday, December 14, 2017

the back alley

and a shortcut on the way to town,  This area is usually used for storage.







22 comments:

  1. A bit of paint will do wonders here.

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  2. I like this shot a lot for its honesty & homeliness. it's quaint in a way nothing has changed in years & I like that!

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  3. Not a place where people spend too much time.

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  4. I am impressed that there are no overflowing barrels or crates of unwanted items. Despite the obvious age of the structure, the surrounding area is remarkably free of debris.

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  5. Some old parts of Toronto have those alleys with garages - for cars or used as storage.

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  6. Tres photogenic Bill, just needs a wee bit of street art ☺

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  7. Very photogenic! For some reason it reminds me of my home town in Illinois.

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  8. I find that alleys sometimes have interesting things to see. I like this one.

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  9. Hoi Bill, ja inderdaad rijk voor de sloop, wel leuk om er een kiekje van te maken, hihi.
    Groet kees.

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  10. I love to wander down the lane ways here!

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  11. It's a great picture. I love the stacked rocks and the moss growing on top. As you know, I am not posting for a while but I'll still be visiting.

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  12. A picture that can launch a thousand stories!

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  13. It makes for a very interesting photo!

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  14. It's surprising. Such a humble setting makes for a really interesting and nice photo. The reddish door on the left really works well. I like it a lot!

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  15. Once, a long time ago, someone painted that door, stood back admiring the finished job, and thought, "That'll last a good few years!"

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  16. I love the different masonry! It makes for a very interesting photo.

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  17. It looks like these structures have been there a long while.

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  18. Your eye is drawn to the reddish coloured door.
    No rubbish around though.

    It does make an interesting photograph.

    All the best Jan

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