Saturday, December 31, 2011

New Year's Eve


I caught this wonderful red sandstone carving on a house on Spadina Rd built in 1894 for a former mayor of Toronto. This devil/satyr (?) looks to me as if he knows how to have a good time as I hope all of you do too. Have fun, be safe, and enjoy the New Year's eve!

15 comments:

Eyeliquor said...

Well spotted Red Pat!
Have a wonderful 2012 :)

LĂșcia said...

You're right, I'm sure he knows how to have a good time! Very cool find! ;-)

Dear RedPat
I wish you a wonderful New Year's Eve and a 2012 full of love, happiness, beauty, art, and millions of good moments to photograph.
All the best for you and your loved ones! :)

Regina K said...

Great details, Happy New Year!

Sharon said...

What wonderful details and yes, he does look like the jolly sort! Have a very happy new year!

Linda said...

Yes, there's quite a knowing look in his eye.
A very happy New Year to you when it comes!

La Principessa Errante said...

Perfect post for New Years Eve - Have a great one!

VioletSky said...

Love that grin!!
Happy New Year

Pat said...

The devil made me do it? Ha ha! Pretty cool!

Happy New Year!

Lowell said...

Let's see, it's 9 PM, almost time to hit the sack. That's what happens on NY's Eve around here! But, in my defense, I must get up early to play a round of golf! :-)

I hope this "devil" doesn't reflect the inner mind of the former mayor! Looks like a rather sneaky character!

Best wishes to you and yours for a wonderful, prosperous and peaceful New Year!

Kalyan said...

Just beautiful...

Warm wishes for a happy & fun-filled New Year...
Seasons Greetings!

Randy said...

The details are amazing!

llandudnopictures said...

Looks like he may know something we don't!

JM said...

Lovely detail shot! Best wishes for 2012, RedPat.

Birdman said...

Yes, have a HAPPY 2012!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Nice details Red, and yes I did have the devil in me last night, after four glasses of champagne and a very sore head this morning I've definitely learnt my lesson haha! Wishing you all the best for the year ahead.