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

Mon pays, c'est l'hiver.
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city day

-dawn in toronto, from my dentist's office.
-a building that reminds me of i.m.pei's east building, museum of modern art, washington, d.c.
-a crane hiding
-parking here means remembering either food things like bread or cheese, or wolf, beaver, moose.
-riding the ttc. subway strike might happen monday which means a lot of walkers, bikers, and total traffic chaos.

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I can see clearly now, the rain is gone,
I can see all obstacles in my way......
19th Apr 2008, 02:40   | tags:comments (12)

hepatica, you are first, and hairy

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out in the woods all day looking for signs of spring. Hepatica rules. I like to think the hairyness keeps it warm.

mach 2, at least

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for nige.

17th Apr 2008, 03:38   comments (8)

spring espresso in little italy

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I spent all day outside in the dirt with plants. Food is always good in Little Italy. In the summer you can hardly move here, the sidewalks are so crowded with cafes and people watching people. This is where you bring your testarossa, and where you celebrate Italy taking the world cup. great canoli.

one last stop

I am finally done being responsible.

Spring can happen now.

Photos are of dundas station, street conversation, guy looking at what used to be a skating rink, Dundas Square (what is above the subway station. note people sitting around in the sun), and the Canada Geese sculpture in the Eaton Centre, the big shopping mall at Dundas and Yonge. These geese have been flying south for a few years. Michael Snow is the sculptor. He sued them when they put red christmas ribbons on the geese.

mushrooms, homework

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the tulips and the mushrooms were the part of my portfolio for school. at least you can eat the mushrooms.

it's over.

I thought I couldn't do it, but I did it all, essays and photos.
headbanging stressful war with printer

going off to look for spring and some wild times.
12th Apr 2008, 23:45   | tags:comments (20)

tulips

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12th Apr 2008, 23:43   | tags:,comments (7)

98% organic

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and the other 2%?
hazardous waste?
7th Apr 2008, 00:38   comments (14)