i think somebody just didn't notice the max.40 speed limit there.
Even the tree seems to be crooked!!
I was pondering the need for the road in the forground of the image - though it would be difficult to get an interesting composition otherwise - and then that triangle showed up. Right! Now what the hey is that for?
You do notice some weird stuff, Sam.
It looks like that wall is infected. Great shot!
It looks like a very, very strong wind plastered all the leaves from the tree onto the brick wall. Cool!
Then when you scroll down, the yellow triangle comes into view and you just can't stop looking at it.
It's tree or bush? Great shot!
windy street? good composition
Posts and tree living in harmony!
I like the difference between the leaning street sign and all the other straight angles of the building, windows, doorway, sidewalk cracks, and other street signs. Creates an interesting element. Nice job.
interesting shot.... but the name of the street is:
The Esplanade I don't think there is a Esplanade Avenue
Fascinating, to think I used to live so close and go to school just down a street or too. Still know about 5 people that live there. Greetings from Cali.
I've wondered, how do street poles and signs get so twisted in Toronto. Is it wind, poor drivers, vandalism? Combination of all three?
These guys seem to get on pretty well :-). Well captured!
It seems like everything is leaning towards the right...the lamp, the tree, the ivy...nice shot
I absolutely love this picture. I love the way the lamppost is bending in an attempt to become like it's fellow tree and creeping Ivy. It's almost amusing in a way, given that the Fredrick St sign has chosen not to conform today. this picture is a great message.
beautiful. an array of emotions, people, and things all perfectly bundled into a lampost.