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a young man plays a violin in front of a pedestrian Sunday banner

It was a very busy (i.e. crowded) Sunday afternoon at Kensington. Last Sunday that is.

an Asian woman walks holding a white umbrella with frilly trim

below: Bubbles of joy

a young boy in yellow shhorts and blue shoes is laughing as he runs through a stream of bubbles, outside on the street

below: Honkers on their saxes performing on the sidewalk.

two saxophone players, hinkers group, at outdoors performance

below: Street performance by Hero-San, a Japanese man who has been performing around the world for 25 years.

hiro son, a Japanese performance artist stands on one hand on a box in front of a crowd, outdoors, on the street, street performance

below: His show is part comedy and part stunts involving standing or walking on his hands.

hiro son, a Japanese busker and performance artist does a hand stand on the arms of two men standing facing each other, orange sweat pants and legs open wide for balance, a crowd is watching from behind

below: The finale was Hero-San walking on his hands while going through the open legs of a young boy. Even though his body was very close to the ground, only his hands actually touched the ground.

hiro son, a Japanese performance artist is standing on his hands in front of a young boy who has his hands close to his mouth, crowd watching in the background

below: A wagon full of plants to sell. $25 each.

people around a man with a woagon full of small marijuana plants that he is selling for twenty five dollars a plant

below: Sitting in front of poser bunnies while the world walks past.

two people sitting in front of poser bunnies mural in Kensington as other people walk past

below: A dog and many tattoos

a dog on a leash being held by a person with tattoos on booth knees and shins

two black women walking down the street while looking at their phones, on in a bright pink T shirt

a woman walking in short brown dress and floppy beige hat, another woman sitting in the window of a cafe and a third woman in striped pants and grey hat

below: Paper graffiti on a utility pole

on a utility pole, a paper graffiti piece of a man's face with the eyes from a different picture

Pedestrian Sundays in Kensington are the last Sunday in each month from May to October.

murals in Kensington, Mona Lisa with fruit, and Poser bunnies,

Here you will find a few random things that I found the last time I wandered through Kensington, some large and some small, but most new to me including this wonderful dinosaur mural by Nick Sweetman.

on a Kensington wall, a large mural of dinosaur on a black background it's wearing a small gold crown with 3 points,

below: Kids for sale.   Perhaps they mean goats?  Hmmm……

sign in a store window that says kids for sale

below: She needs a better makeup artist.

head of a mannequin with large brim hat, shoulder length blond hair, red sunglasses, lipstick

below: An exhibit: petrified skull and horn of a Shoasaur, approx 1.4 million years old, right?

tacked to a wood fence is an old wood shoe form that someone has turned into an exhibit of a fossilized skull and horn, complete with drawings of the animal that it came from

below: A profane glove

one single glove with a face drawn on it and fuk you written on it, stuck on the top of a wood fence post

below: Pasted, ripped, and painted…. an abstract in the making.

posters on a window that have been partially ripped and streaks of red paint sprayed on them, also white spray paint

below: Soap ghost has some good advice

a small paste up on a green fence that is soap ghost, words say wash your hands

below: Two witches grace a door –  XVIII The Full Moon Witch and XVI The Hell Hath No Fury Witch

two cars stuck into the crack formed between a door and a wall, two witch cards,

below: Urban ninja guy has grown a mustache!

three stickers and paste ups on a metal post, urban ninja warrior on the top, with a black mustache, and a pink and blue bunny face on the bottom

below: Spanish graffiti says “Estamos solas pero nos tenemos todos” which equals “We are alone but we have all (everybody)”.

black and white paste up on a wall, Spansih words that say estamos solas pero nos tenemos todos

below: Weed the bored as a play on We the North.  So many Raptors references around the city these days!

chalk drawing on a sidewalk that says weed the bored

below: A candle to light Death’s way.

painting on a fence of death with his scythe and holding a candle

below: Watching the street, or has that orange cone caught his eye?

mural of a large face with eyes looking outward, looking onto the street where there are people passing by, Kensington storefront

Keep your eyes open!

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Posted: October 24, 2017 in nature
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free weed

a wooden fence, someone has wrriten the word free in white, under it is an arrow that points downward to the sidewalk. There is nothing on the sidewalk. There is a large weed growing between the bottom of the fence and the sidewalk.

What else is there to say?

The 10th annual 420 Day celebration in Toronto was held this year at Yonge Dundas Square.
By mid-afternoon the square was very crowded but most people didn’t seem to mind.

Part of 420 day celebrations at Dundas Square - a black Tshirt for sale. It has 420 Toronto on it, with a cannabis leaf in the middle of the zero

People at Yonge Dundas Square in Toronto celebrating 420 day - a young woman in a jean jacket is holding up a black sign advertising twinkies for sale.

People at Yonge Dundas Square in Toronto celebrating 420 day - a young woman walks through the crowd, holding part of her grey sweater over her nose

People at Yonge Dundas Square in Toronto celebrating 420 day - a young man stands amidst those who are sitting on the ground

People at Yonge Dundas Square in Toronto celebrating 420 day - a group of young men sitting around on the ground with a couple of bongs

People at Yonge Dundas Square in Toronto celebrating 420 day - three young women in sunglasses are talking to a vendor at the event. One is wearing bright orangish pink tight pants and a black top with the words eat me on it.

three older people share joints while a red haired woman plays a violin, Dundas Square, 420 day event

People at Yonge Dundas Square in Toronto celebrating 420 day - people mingling around a sign that is advertising free cannabis seeds

pot smoking paraphenalia for sale at a 420 day event,

People at Yonge Dundas Square in Toronto celebrating 420 day - two people sitting together and talking, a man's back is to the camera and on the back of his tshirt are the words fresh kush and a picture of a cannabis leaf

a person with an old person mask and a carboard sign that says grandma likes her natural medicine, is waving a cane at the camera

Crowds at Yonge Dundas Square celebrating 420 day

a young woman with long green hair walks through the crowd. she has a hula hoop in her hand.

three young women with long hair and green headbands are sitting together. A young man on a cellphone is sitting beside them.

A couple, vendors, he has dreadlocks and a long beard.

People at Yonge Dundas Square in Toronto celebrating 420 day - 4 young men, one of whom has yellow reflective sunglasses on.

People at Yonge Dundas Square in Toronto celebrating 420 day - a group of people checking a vendor's wares.

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Part of 420 day celebrations at Dundas Square - two young women are dressed up in cannabis themed clothes with make up on their faces. One woman has 420! written on her forehead, the other woman has half her face painted green

People at Yonge Dundas Square in Toronto celebrating 420 day - a young man sits on the ground while others around him are standing

People at Yonge Dundas Square in Toronto celebrating 420 day - a red haired woman in a green cap is laughing

People at Yonge Dundas Square in Toronto celebrating 420 day - a young woman in an electric wheelchair with bright pink hair is selling cookies for $5

People at Yonge Dundas Square in Toronto celebrating 420 day - a person poses with someone who is dressed up in a superhero costume, similar to Superman, but is a super bong instead

outside the Eaton Centre, across the street from Yonge Dundas Square, a man is carrying a sign that says pot smoking leads to hell but that Jesus can save you. He is holding a bible. A young man is arguing with him while other people stand around and watch

outside the Eaton Centre, across the street from Yonge Dundas Square - a young man wearing a cannabis t-shirt is posing for a camera, he is standing in front of a man is carrying a sign that says pot smoking leads to hell but that Jesus can save

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