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There is a crack in everything That's how the light gets in

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northern tropics

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shower long and hot. wipe lens with finger often.
30th Jan 2009, 00:41   comments (7)

another swamp, another bridge

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Bridges are good. I got wet feet and beat a hasty retreat.
19th Jan 2009, 19:31   comments (23)

-17 C and no power

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feeling solidarity with places that Russia is not getting fuel to.

power in downtown toronto was out for 24 hours in the middle of extreme cold, so it has been an adventure.

1.Bloor Street, a major street, lit only by cars.
2.The laundromat owners and family eat by candlelight
3. my street, no street lights, no lights but cars.
4. my house, fire, candles, friends, small babies.

17th Jan 2009, 03:39   comments (20)

my subway photo booth

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has spikes on top because the pigeons live underground. note the plug on the left just above the pool of water.
15th Jan 2009, 04:07   comments (10)

adventures with oscar

Oscar and I went to the Riverdale Farm, which is in the middle of Toronto. Inside the barns it is warm and cosy. Outside it is winter.

Oscar says the goat licked him, and that the hill he climbed was HUUUUUUUUGE.

subway story

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I lost touch with Natasha, but one day I saw her on the subway car I had just got out of. She saw me, waved frantically, blew me a kiss. I went to the next station but she wasn't there, and she wasn't at my original stop. I wonder how she is. She was a good friend in some strange times.
9th Jan 2009, 22:11   | tags:comments (9)


oh, and they have art in the museum too.

it's a potato chip,

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it's a seashell, it's a wood, it's the wood staircase that Frank built.

The staircase is cantilevered over the floor of the atrium, and rises three stories, to above the roof where it allows a great view of the city.