two steel fences, and – ain’t it purty?

 

 

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A steel fence. Spadina Avenue, Toronto

 

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Steel fence, Spadina Avenue, Toronto

 

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I have to walk under the highway pretty much every day. It's not the most picturesque part of the journey. But it is what it is.

 

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Someone may or may not be getting a tax refund.

 

5 Comments

  1. Reply
    Selma April 4, 2012

    Ooooh. Bright and shiny. Me likey.
    Steel fences can often be a little drab – you’re not wrong there. I often make up a lot of my stories walking through the more industrial sections of the city. Enjoy your iPad.

  2. Reply
    Carol April 6, 2012

    Ooooh I bet you have been stroking your iPad lovingly! My Dad has just bought the iPad 3 so is sending me his old one 🙂
    I love the shape of your fences…especially the last one (although it does bring back the trauma of drawing that fence!)
    C x

  3. Reply
    Jennifer April 13, 2012

    Yes, there’s some weird kind of soul in these kinds of parts – kind of like a homeless person – nobody wants to look at them. Enjoying iPad so far!

  4. Reply
    Jennifer April 13, 2012

    oooh, yes, actually Ceri caught me doing so last weekend! You will enjoy it! hahaha I remember that fence drawing of yours – hurt MY head to think of it!

  5. Reply
    Jamie Lees April 14, 2012

    New toy YAY!

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