Sergeant Tommy Prince

Born in 1915, a citizen of Brokenhead First Nation, N. of Winnipeg…

Artist: Fred Thomas
Artists: Nereo Eugenio & Fred Thomas

… great, great grandson of Chief Peguis….

Artist: Fred Thomas
Artists: Nereo Eugenio & Fred Thomas

…. He is a Canadian hero. Sergeant Prince served in WW II and The Korean War.

Artist: Fred Thomas
Artists: Nereo Eugenio & Fred Thomas

He was awarded many medals by the Canadian Military, as well as medals from Korea, The United Nations & an American Silver Star.

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Artists: Nereo Eugenio & Fred Thomas

He is an outstanding role model from the Aboriginal Community.

Artist: Fred Thomas
Artists: Nereo Eugenio & Fred Thomas

Read more about Sergeant Tommy Prince!

Artist: Fred Thomas
Artists: Nereo Eugenio & Fred Thomas

A sobering Remembrance Day to all!

Pics taken by: Resa – October 27, 2014

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

The Murals of Winnipeg

The Artists:

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View to a Cityscape

I adore this art piece.

The above shot is taken using the Pano setting on my Iphone. However, instead of panning side to side, I turn the camera on its side and pan up from the bottom. Hence, the curve, which I like!

The reflected skyline view in the sunglasses seems reasonably correct. However, one lens is from the lake view, and the other from the land view.

It faces a parking lot. The car reflections come from quite high up, so sometimes are not as crisp, as usual.

Pics taken by Resa – October 29, 2019

Toronto, Canada

The Artist: Justus Becker – Artist/Illustrator based in Frankfurt Germany

There are reflections in the windows on the other side of the parking lot. These windows are about the 6th story.

 

Violeta’s Guardian

In the narrowest of alleys is a testament of love. This shot is captured using the IPhone Pano setting sideways.

Clandestinos had a baby. The baby has a Guardian, a very scary and handsome one at that.

Nonetheless, the alley is almost impossible to shoot in, with my IPhone. So, I show it in dribs and drabs, beginning with the title above.

First up is this stunning violet coloured flower. Then some sweet flower buds.

The violet below is up so high I was only able to shoot this one pic.

This is the most I could capture in 1 shot, even using the Pano setting.

At the top end of the alley is the Guardian with a golden orange flower beneath.

No matter where I stood, this is the tallest I could capture. Yet, there is more on top of the purple mountains. Then I thought, why not use Pano sideways?

That is what resulted in the opening pic. It was difficult, as I had to use an upward arcing movement, which is a foreign sensation of movement.

Many times I began, then my wrist/fingers reacted oddly. This resulted in a split exposure.  (above and below)

Pics taken by Resa – February 24, 2019

Toronto, Canada

The Artist:

Muisca Art

I have posted Muisca’s art before. Here are 2 pieces, in 1 post.

It’s always colourful, imaginative and sweet.

This first one is from Feel Good Lane.

Don’t get dizzy! I rotated this one, for fun.

This next garage door is from a bit earlier in the year.

 

Pics taken by – Resa – December 28, 2018 & October 29, 2018

Toronto, Canada

The Artist:

This alley was painted as a tribute to Barry Luksenberg, who performed under the name “Feel Good”. At 24, he was killed in a motorcycle accident while travelling across Vietnam with a friend.

Star Birds

These colourful birds are stars in Feel Good Lane.

The crazy thing is that the first bird on the left, as you look at this pic, looks like a primate to me.  Granted, there’s a beak coming out of the head, but I figured there was a bird behind it thatI couldn’t see.

When I saw the pics, I figured it out.

Pics taken by Resa – December 28, 2017

Toronto, Canada

The Artist: Is unknown at this time. The year 2018 is noted.

This alley was painted as a tribute to Barry Luksenberg, who performed under the name “Feel Good”. At 24, he was killed in a motorcycle accident while travelling across Vietnam with a friend.

Kids’ Park in Feel Good Lane

There is a Kids’ park set back in the middle of Feel Good Lane.

Care has been taken to paint kid friendly images on the garages along the park side.

This is actually the first garage, but the above painting is my fave.

Luv the Hallowe’en images!

Pics taken by Resa – December 28, 2017

Toronto, Canada

The Artists:

This alley was painted as a tribute to Barry Luksenberg, who performed under the name “Feel Good”. At 24, he was killed in a motorcycle accident while travelling across Vietnam with a friend.