Shopping Clutter

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© Traci Cottingham
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UploadedNovember 14, 2010
TakenNovember 13, 2010
MakeNikon Corporation
ModelNIKON D3100
Exposure1/250 sec at f/10
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length160 mm
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small town in Ontario....and one would hardly describe it as quaint these days....

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  • Donald Garrett

    Donald Garrett gave props (13 Nov 2010):

    The only thing I don't consider clutter is the Tim Horton's!! LOL Every time we come to Canada, we head directly for Tim Hortons.

  • Traci Cottingham

    Traci Cottingham said (13 Nov 2010):

    ha! I head to Tims every morning Donald :o).....not this particular one though

  • G. Downie

    G. Downie said (15 Nov 2010):

    This has to be Fergus, Ontario. I've been there many times,and yes, it's grown a lot in the last 10 years or so. Elora and Salem still have the charm, that Fergus seems to be shedding. Make mine a double-double at Timmies please !!!

  • Traci Cottingham

    Traci Cottingham said (15 Nov 2010):

    yes it is Fergus!, the irony is that the plazas behind the signage have been designed to look quaint and appealing....and yet its all covered up under the what was the point?

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