263 Victoria Street

Years ago their were several cats that lived there that I used to visit with. Then the house sat empty for a long time. Now its lived in again.

This morning I walked to the old Power Dam with the cats and spent some time with them there. We heard rustling in the tall grass below us, and when I looked to see what it was, discovered a big beaver, who then slid into the river and swam happily about. At one point it disappeared beneath the ruins of the dam, then reappeared a few minutes later. At noon I walked over to my friend Sams, and then the two of us went to Cuchalainns for beer and food. He told me some things about a woman who lives in his building, which greatly surprised me. I had formed a very one dimensional opinion of her (though not unkind) that I now regretted. I had not intended to do a photo walk on my way home afterwards, but that’s exactly what happened. Firstly I took pictures of a very old house at 263 Victoria Street. Years ago their were several cats that lived there that I used to visit with. Then the house sat empty for a long time. Next, I took photos of a walk up apartment at 191 Broadway Street. Lastly, the backside of the plaza at the corner of Queen Street and Tannery Street There was something beautiful about it.

191 Broadway Street
The backside of the plaza at the corner of Queen Street and Tannery Street.
I just found something artistic, almost beautiful about it.

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