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Oscar and I took the GO commuter train to Bronte, outside of Toronto. Oscar likes trains (cars, trucks, airplanes, fire engines, bulldozers, backhoes and anything that has an engine) and green apples.
27th Feb 2009, 02:17  

factotum says:

I thought I recognized that face among the latest posts! He looks like his father in that bottom shot...

27th Feb 2009, 02:22

that top photo is super (faved)

27th Feb 2009, 10:59

Joe says:

Excellent shots :)

27th Feb 2009, 11:29

swamprose says:

thank you for the HL. Oscar and I had a HL day.

27th Feb 2009, 13:15

nige says:

It's the second one thats the peach for me (and the apple for Oscar). Love the light.

27th Feb 2009, 15:06

MaggieD says:

Lovely portrait shots :)

27th Feb 2009, 16:37

SLG says:

these are just wonderful

28th Feb 2009, 12:09

minushabens says:

really nice!

1st Mar 2009, 14:00

Javama says:

I just love Oscar and that apple. Great shot.

2nd Mar 2009, 17:30

swamprose says:

thanks. today I met Oscar and the first thing he asked me was if we were going on the GO train. We have decided that when it gets warm we are going to take the train and have a picnic, with green apples.

4th Mar 2009, 01:07

FilbertFox says:

these are really lovely

6th Mar 2009, 09:21

gill1109 says:

green apple and green train, lovely

8th Mar 2009, 19:19

itchymoblog says:

These are gorgeous - the colour palette is really great.

9th Mar 2009, 08:33

javaboy says:

Sweeeeeet!

13th Mar 2009, 12:54

morningbear says:

fantastic shots, I love them both.

16th Mar 2009, 06:52

Viv says:

He is so intent....can almost feel him absorbing information

20th Mar 2009, 10:52

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