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Muddy Lark Prints


I notice small things on the ground more. (Usually looking for change.) Some bird's going about with muddy feet.

Muddy Lark Prints

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Daily Word

author: fuzzytank : Seattle, WA
Friday, May 13th, 2005


 

This Month On Citynoise

author: Jamie : Worldwide


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Recent research indicates that when passed through a , the content generated by contributors during the last month bears a striking resemblance to . Is there something more productive I could be doing? Probably, yes.


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On Harrison


Buildings in bldgs Signs of our times

On Harrison

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Messing Up My Neighborhood Trees


Went for a bicycle ride today and was dismayed to find that a local driver's education school has decided to staple their flyers on the trees. This will be the second time I've found their posters on the trees and...

Messing Up My Neighborhood Trees

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View from the Port Lands Bridge


i know this is going to break the page. sorry. the big overgrown area to the right of the canal is the former site of toronto's "tent city", a sprawling camp of homeless that was torn down a few years...

View from the Port Lands Bridge