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Toronto Photograph - No 595 Bay St Toronto Canada by Brian Carson

No 595 Bay St Toronto Canada is a photograph by Brian Carson which was uploaded on March 8th, 2013.

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Fantastic perspective! V

sword, and the dark, mysterious medieval times

Brian Carson replied:

LOL. Thanks Prezi :) I never saw it like that. Sometimes it's a good idea to step back from your own work and look at it a little differently.

What a wonderful mood Brian! v/f

well done! Congrats on your feature in "Greetings and Posters" and Thanks for your wonderful submissions !! *V

Brian Carson replied:

Awesome! Thank you Gynt for the feature.

Fabulous architectural image, Brian! Good cover for an edition of Atlas Shrugged! V/F

Brian Carson replied:

Thank you Frank. Another friend commented that this looked like a still from a film noir. If he was still around I'd send a copy off to Orson Welles for a critique :)

Another great photo, Brian. I really like the symmetry in this one.

Brian Carson replied:

Hey Joel. Thank you brother. I've walked by that building a thousand times and never noticed the symmetry. Looked up and just by chance saw it. It was very refreshing :)

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