Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Exploring Toronto

Well besides graffiti, here's some more of what I saw while in Toronto.

a great setting for a street brawl movie scene

thank you mr. bear holding the door open

pez galore!

bixi rental bikes.  when you wanna ride in style, ride bixi.

friend ern in serious mode, while friend dave uses the laptop.

sleeping beauty?

dave reading hope on a tight rope by cornel west

ed the modern man, hard at work

from left to right: asad, ern, ed, and dave playing our preferred game of choice, monopoly deal

down goes toy soldier!

walking to the prince's gate

the lawless renegade

from left to right: ern peeking from behind the tree like an assassin, asad using the tree to hide his identity, dave the tree hugger, and ed standing next to the tree.  i like how each of them has their own unique way of posing and interacting with the trees. 

"Hi-yo, Dog!  Away!"

attack of the cat people!

I'm used to signs prohibiting behavior, not promoting it

this is what happens when asad gets angry.

asad, dave, and ern meditating in the field with the CN tower in background

apparently this was a haunted lighthouse, but it seemed just cool to me.



friends forever

dave's just catching a few z's

dave and asad chillin'

we happened upon the set of dino dan, whatever that is.

the real duck tales

"I have the power!"


french fries + cheese + gravy = poutine =  toronto delicacy 

me attempting to become woody woodpecker

come back dave!

8 comments:

  1. Get photos, I liked the please walk on the grass, and the trick shot of the arms. The weather looks lovely, it looks like you had a great time.

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  2. Looks like you had a great time. Never heard of Poutine before now, but I see there's recipes out there for it.
    I'm not sure about the Dino Dan notice, but it seems they rent the area for filming purposes, so I suppose they have the right while they're filming to use you or bar you from the area.
    Nice posting.

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    1. i did have a good time. i had never heard of poutine either.

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  3. From a true Torontonian...love yr shots! And I see you made it to Sadie's Diner. It's a Toronto landmark... Fabulous...

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