Excellent! And I love the toning here. Reminds me of walking to school in this stuff years ago.
man asheghe in axaye barfiye shomam! vaghean hayejan angize!
vase ma ke too tehran sali ye bar ham ye barfe dorost hesabi nemibinim, in axaye barfi ham ghanimate!
Wonderful picture. I like the tones and the contrast between the snow and the dark bark of the trees.
lovely capture, as real as real, can be.
In case you didn't know:
Doctor O Lane (located south of Carlton Street, between Parliament Street and Central Hospital Lane) – is named after Dr. Oronhyatekha (“Burning Sky”) M.D., who was born into the Mohawk tribe and baptized as Peter Martin. Oronhyatekha graduated from the University of Toronto’s medical school in 1866 and is thought to be the first native doctor in Canada to train and practice in western medicine. Dr. O, as he was known, resided at 211 Carlton Street. Pam McConnell: Laneway Names Celebrate Cabbagetown’s Heritage