Alley Eyes

14 November 2015 – City alleys, and my eyes.

Which I use to admire:

Alley Cat (Craven Rd. Veteran Division) …

Alley Cat

Alley Girls (Buck Teeth Division) …

Buck-Tooth Girls

Alley Blues (With Plastic) …

Alley Blues

Alley Guitar (With a Chorus of Sax) …

Alley Guitar

Alley Eyes! (Eyelash Division) …

Alley Eyes!

Alley Code (Aztec God Division) …

Alley Code

Alley Cat (Mountain Lion Birthday Division) …

Alley Cat (Mountain Lion...)

Alley Cop (Croc Division) …

Alley Cop (Croc)

Alley Cop (‘Roo Division) …

Alley Cop ('Roo)

and finally …

Alley Skyline (Drunken Hydro Pole Division)

Alley Skyline

Okay, city skyline not alley — but (I plead), but, I saw it from the corner of an alley. And I really like the swaying hydro pole, so wonderfully giddy against that severely upright crane to the south.

 

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    • Well, I’m pretty taken with them myself! but especially, I think, that tattered first alley cat. He is a painting on canvas, one of a large number once tacked to the Craven Rd wooden fence. Over time many have disappeared, the remaining ones are disintegrating. At this point you couldn’t remove him from the fence, he’d fall to shreds — but I think he is glorious, in his final defiant moments.

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  1. Such loveliness!

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  2. Now THAT is graffiti I can get behind! 😉

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