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belle composition pour presenter ce memorial
I don't know what memorial it is, but I assume it is WW1 because I googled the names Ryerson and Ryrie and learned that both were killed in that "great war." Also checked Toronto Great War Memorial and other memorials and came up with nothing. I tried!!
One place I've never been, so I've not seen the view from that perspective. It is beautiful.
I like a lot this artistic composition, you did it very well!The background is wonderful!Léia
Not only the memorial looks wonderful but also it's a great composition.
What a terrific photo- I love clever shots like this.
@Kate - thanks for trying! I think it did have something to do with WWI. I should have taken a picture of the overall memorial to remember what it was about. Also, Ryerson is a big name in Toronto. There's a private university named for the family.
Good guess. Most memorials do. We just don't learn from our war mistakes.
Sorry, I can't be of any help about this.
Can't help with the memorial halcyon, but the image is excellent, love the shadowy cityscape in the background, wonderful composition.
Members of the RCYC who died in the wars? Nice cityscape in the background.
It's an interesting memorial, and I see at least one familiar name!
What agreat shot! I love the way you've composed this.
As so many have said this is a great shot, love looking from the memorial to the skyline!
I love the details.
I wonder why there's nothing there to explain what it is. Hmmm. I suppose at one time everyone KNEW so there was no need to explain.
I hate the new word verification. Since I have trouble reading those "words", I am assuming others do too.