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queen west palimpsest.
queen west palimpsest.

//storefront along Queen St W in Toronto.

As this facade undergoes renovations, layers are ripped away, revealing the past lives of this century old building. At some point in the last week or so, an old illuminated sign frame was taken down, revealing this old "Restaurant" mosaic in the tiles beneath. Who knows what you might find on the brick beneath those tiles. (Photo taken using the Vivitar Ultra Wide pocket camera and some old Kodak b&w 35mm film.)

NEWS: Asking for your help with a quick vote in the Jay Reilly Travel photo contest. My image is the moody Wonder Wheel photo -- last checked, it was showing up on page 4. Thanks in advance!

In other news, I have a photo up in the Power of a Smile exhibit on now at Art Square Gallery - part of Toronto's CONTACT Photography Festival.


All online photo orders are currently HALF PRICE! Just enter this code: ADF787 when you use the "Buy Print" link under any photo on the site. S/H is currently FREE and prints are pro quality. Also, just like buying from me at a show, all prints larger than 12x12" are Limited Editions. Sale is on 'til the end of the month.

2009-05-05 // Categories: [Black & White]  [The Streets]  [Toronto]  [Vintage Film]  

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