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William Sutherland said:

Superb shot!

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5 weeks ago ( translate )

John FitzGerald replied to William Sutherland:

Thanks, William.
4 weeks ago ( translate )

Don Sutherland said:

Very nice building.
5 weeks ago ( translate )

John FitzGerald replied to Don Sutherland:

Yes, you don't see many like this one, Don.
4 weeks ago

Annemarie said:

Wish you a serene spring Sunday!
4 weeks ago ( translate )

John FitzGerald replied to Annemarie:

Thanks, Annemarie. I had one. A serene week to you.
4 weeks ago ( translate )

tiabunna said:

Impressive, the architects really stretched their imagination for this. :-)
4 weeks ago

John FitzGerald replied to tiabunna:

If any were involved, George.
4 weeks ago ( translate )

Joe, Son of the Rock said:

I love the incongruity of no window being where you expect a window to be. Well spotted and well photographed. Have a great Sunday, John!. All the best, joe
4 weeks ago

John FitzGerald replied to Joe, Son of the Rock:

Thanks, Joe, and all the best to you.
4 weeks ago

Léopold said:

Electric wires are here to stay for our wires and kables groups !
4 weeks ago

John FitzGerald replied to Léopold:

In Toronto they certainly are, Léo.
4 weeks ago

Gudrun said:

Square, intriguing and rather forbidding:-)
4 weeks ago ( translate )

John FitzGerald replied to Gudrun:

These substations often have signs warning trespassers they will be electrocuted, Gudrun. A bit daunting.
4 weeks ago

Keith Burton said:

Such an impressive looking design.............not! Nonetheless, is makes an interesting photo! I guessed it probably wasn't a house, but I would not have thought it was a substation either!

I'm particularly taken with the concrete flower pot and the small tree it contains. It really brightens the place up!

Nice one John!
4 weeks ago