Distractions, reflections

David Ing, at large … Sometimes, my mind wanders

2010/05 Moments, May 2010

Toronto, Ontario.

Trailers labelled for stunt doubles: working actors in Hollywood North, Toronto Bay Street north of Wellington Street 20100509 1830
Trailers labelled for stunt doubles: working actors in Hollywood North, Toronto Bay Street north of Wellington Street (Toronto) 20100509 1830
Leafy spring morning on our street (Toronto, Monday) 20100507 0850
Leafy spring morning on our street (Toronto, Monday) 20100507 0850
Koilos, 2007, by Michael Christian, Distillery District (Toronto, Wednesday) 20100512 2000)
Koilos, 2007, by Michael Christian, Distillery District (Toronto, Wednesday) 20100512 2000
Why foam in the Berczy Park fountain? (Toronto, Friday) 20100514 1930
Why foam in the Berczy Park fountain? (Toronto, Friday) 20100514 1930
In the lineup for the matinee show or Pu-Erh, last day, Theatre Passe Muraille (Toronto, Saturday) 20100515 1415
In the lineup for the matinee show or Pu-Erh, last day, Theatre Passe Muraille (Toronto, Saturday) 20100515 1415
Bows tied around headstones. Marks for spring maintenance? St. John’s Norway Cemetery (Toronto, Sunday)
Bows tied around headstones. Marks for spring maintenance? St. John’s Norway Cemetery (Toronto, Sunday) 20100516
Rail tracks to nowhere. Basin Street eastbound at the Turning Basin (Toronto Port Lands, Monday) 20100517 1800
Rail tracks to nowhere. Basin Street eastbound at the Turning Basin (Toronto Port Lands, Monday) 20100517 1800
When a bicycle is faster than a car northbound. Lower Don River trail, west of the Don Valley Parkway at rush hour (Toronto, Wednesday) 201005190 1700
When a bicycle is faster than a car northbound. Lower Don River trail, west of the Don Valley Parkway at rush hour (Toronto, Wednesday) 201005190 1700
Don River, bicycle path in parklands, and Don Valley Parkway, viewed from the Millwood Road bridge, east(Toronto, Saturday)
Don River, bicycle path in parklands, and Don Valley Parkway, viewed from the Millwood Road bridge, east (Toronto, Saturday) 20100522
Beach volleyball courts at Ashbridges Bay on Victoria Day. For those who think Canadians only play hockey (Toronto, Monday) 20100524 1700
Beach volleyball courts at Ashbridges Bay on Victoria Day. For those who think Canadians only play hockey (Toronto, Monday) 20100524 1700

Pond in L’amoureux Park South. Took subway and bus north to Steeles Ave., wending way back home (Scarborough, ON, Saturday) 20100529 1815
Pond in L’amoureux Park South. Took subway and bus north to Steeles Ave., wending way back home (Scarborough, Ontario, Saturday) 20100529 1815
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