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joyeuses fêtes !

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[email protected] (Granby, Québec, Canada) on 14 October 2007 in Architecture and Portfolio.

© Hamiza Bakirci 2007

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cette photo a sûrement été prise l'an passé !
this picture was surely taken last year!

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À tous nos visiteurs : merci de vos commentaires !
Visitors: thank you for your comments!

badala from Leiria, Portugal

Very cool shot, excellently composed!

14 Oct 2007 8:17am

@badala: Au nom de Hamiza, obrigado senhora badala.

Johanne Prescott from Granby,Québec, Canada

Belle photo qui nous rapelle que Noël arrivera bientôt et félicitation pour tes photos sur ton site !

14 Oct 2007 12:14pm

@Johanne Prescott: Oui, Johanne, Noël approche, mais avant c'est la course au cadeaux.....
Merci au nom de Hamiza,

standley from brou-sur-chantereine, France

Very nice shot. I like the evening light

14 Oct 2007 3:25pm

@standley: Merci au nom de Hamiza. Personellement j'ai aimé vos photos de la Tunisie,

Amir from ?, Iran

Really cool angle here, I love the light blue sky. It should have been early morning

14 Oct 2007 4:21pm

@Amir: In the name of Hamiza, thanks Amir. Actually this is an afternoon shot, but the light is pretty much the same in the morning. The red contraption in the lower part is a cover over a parking meter, during the Christmas shopping season we don't need to pay the parking fee. And if you need proof of global warming, there is no snow even though it is in late November or in December, normally it should look like your photo today, but with real snow!

Viewfinder from Bradenton, United States

I like the clock floating there in the middle. Just a really good point of interest.

14 Oct 2007 6:40pm

@Viewfinder: In the name os Hamiza, thank you. It's a little square between the church and the municipal concert hall, shoe venue and cultural centre called Palace. You can see it here. With good eyes you can see the round clockface right under the neon sign" Palace".

M.E. from Encino, United States

great composition! such a sharp image.

14 Oct 2007 10:35pm

@M.E.: Thank you in the name of Hamiza,

Rags from Plano, United States

This is a nice image. What is that red thing by the clock covering.

15 Oct 2007 4:43am

@Rags: Thanks in the name of Hazami. The red thing is a cover over the parking meter, during the Christmas shopping seson we don't have to "feed" them.

Illuci from Netherlands

Très beau et intéressant, mais qu'est-ce que c'est que ca :)?

15 Oct 2007 5:17pm

@Illuci: Le machin rouge est un sac qui couvre les parcomètres durant la période d'achats pour noël, nous n'avons pas besoin de "nourrir" les parcomètres durant cette période.

Hamiza from Canada

Un grand merci tardif pour tous vos commentaires. Je suis désolé de ne pas vous avoir écrit plus tôt mais j'étais absent. Merci a Wolfrang pour ses réponses.
C'était bien une photo de 2006.

11 Jan 2008 12:41am