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    This spot seems to be a well-kept secret, and yet it's found on right next to our PNE/Playland. (On Renfrew St., 1/2 south of Hastings...)
    It has endless shooting potential, in summer, in winter, anytime. Great place to practice getting that soft water look, too! There are gardens, and a skateboarding park as well, for floral and action shots.

    And it's FREE! Gotta love that.

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    What an interesting looking set, Cindi. It's a great find. That fourth one looks kind of gruesome!
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    Lovely set. My favs are #3 (love the perspective) and #4 (looks like the faces are coming right out of the wall)

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    my fav's #4 !!!!!

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    Iquanasan, the 3rd one represents the Barber Of Seville, and yet you think the ahhh, well, vomiting fountains are more gruesome? LOL I almost agree!!

    Thanks asnow and jude, I like #4 as well since my photo-tendency is to take tight, close-up shots, and I forget to do the wide-angle landscape views far too often.

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    This is a really interesting set - well done! 3 and 4 for me too please.
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    Thanks Marko. :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by cindiaugustine View Post
    Iquanasan, the 3rd one represents the Barber Of Seville, and yet you think the ahhh, well, vomiting fountains are more gruesome? LOL I almost agree!!

    Thanks asnow and jude, I like #4 as well since my photo-tendency is to take tight, close-up shots, and I forget to do the wide-angle landscape views far too often.

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    I said fourth Funny, it instantly reminded me of the Demon Barber of Fleet Street - recently made into a movie with Johnny Depp.
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    Aha, I see I posted five photos not four!! Ugh, yes, I can actually count...sometimes. LOL I didn't go see that movie, although I like Johnny Depp, I figured I'd have a few nightmares if I did.
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    Really cool! I'm also from Vancouver and did not know about this location! Thank you

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