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Flickr Forum: February 16th, 2007

The blogTO Flickr Forum is a weekly dialogue for Torontonians and is based on their photographs and the stories behind them.

These images were recently submitted to the blogTO Flickr pool. The people that took the photographs have been invited to participate in discussions about them here. Anyone can start! Don't be shy!

Here are some general starter questions for all six photographers:

Where/when was it taken?
Is there a story within or about your photograph?

1. Queens Quay Ice by TerraS
2. News & Weather by dave_in_t_o
3. Office logo closer by Cliph
4. Love on the TTC by ariehsinger
5. hope chest by gingerbugjones
6. Love Behind Bars by PDPhotography
7. Toronto - Tuition Rally by Backpackboy
8. Student Day of Action - Toronto, Feb 7 '07 by Jon .
9. Tuition Rally BW by Backpackboy

This week I'm running with a bit of a theme, well, 3 themes. If it wasn't overly apparent: Winter, Love and Protests.

We had some amazing submissions in past week! It gets harder and harder to whittle our selections down to 6 pics, so I broke the rule and went with 9 this week.

Only after making my selections did I realize I chose two from Backpackboy, but I'm ok with that. Some great captures from the rally. I'd love to here about Backpackboy and Jon's experience at the rally, and of course, about their photos!


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