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October 01, 2016

Digital art Motion Project #4 – pedestrian path on Yonge

I have a couple of “regular” photos to post later, not much outstanding though. Caught some good wall art, just deciding which ones I like the best. In the meantime, here’s #4 in the Motion series:

Digital art project #4 - Pedestrial pathway along Yonge St

Pedestrian Pathway on Yonge St.  – Sept 20, 2016

The sidewalk, running on the east side of Yonge by Jackes, was cut in half to make room for demolition work on the other side of the walk way. I have a couple of neat photos coming from the other end, highlighting the posters that were slapped up before the ubiquitous NO BILLS signs were posted, that I’ll work on as at a later date. When I walk through this space, I’m impressed each time by the amount of work that went into riveting everything into place. It’s better built than some of the condos that have been thrown up.

 

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