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The Eye on the Street – May 9, 2013 + THE JUNCTION FLEA

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The Eye of Faith‘s own Aaron Robert Duarte took the street, and captured some magic moments that really showcase our neighbourhood’s most unique quality. There is a great blend of past and present, old and new, and nature and man-made that make this a one-of-a-kind corner of the globe that must be showcased and admired.

Also, if you are in Toronto this weekend, make sure to make a stop in the Junction this Sunday, and visit {theEye} at the Junction Flea. The event is from 9am – 4pm, and is located in the empty lot on Indian Grove and Dundas Street West – the original outdoor location where the Junction Flea was born. Admission is $2.

For more details, check out their blog!

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Until next time,

{theEye}

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Today I Woke Up, And Saw Cranes . . .

There were boats, and cranes, and storage containers….

Today I woke up and saw cranes. Been seeing them a lot lately. Sprung out of the Earth, fresh from the soil. They build things for the city.

As the city grows, the cranes move along their way building more things for the city. Paths for trains to the city.

Yet here we are, amongst the cranes basking in our own private industrial oasis.

Sinking ships and railway cars just simply do not compare.

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