Toronto does not have canals. But fairly recently it has shaked its butts to pile up some impressive load of canal boat decor. The trend along alleys to the north of hipster central is of the sweet and simple genre. But given the harshness of the hardware withal it constitutes a lively reminder that powerhouse history needs to attend to its sweet spots.
Being as simple as our pic#1 is not as easy as you might assume.
Black eyes like these have recently made their way into the thick of Terrence Malick’s far from naive film, Knight of Cups.
The provincial flower and the Age of Coyote.
Colors clashing. That’s life!
The provincial baseball emblem!
A ripple of the surreal to test the waters.
A birch forest is a thing of beauty.
Sweetheart of the rodeo! Why not?!
Whimsy to the fore!
Class will overcome any adversity!
A little nightmare to remind us that we aren’t in garden dense Arcadia!