Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Photo: It's Seen Better Days

You may or may not recall that back in 2000, hundreds of moose sculptures appeared in what seemed to be every corner of Toronto as part of the Moose in the City program. I honestly can't remember what the motivation was. Most of them are gone now, having been auctioned off and scattered around the world, but a few still remain... not necessarily in fine shape, though. This past summer I found one of the remaining moose outside the Wheat Sheaf at King West and Bathurst, and it was clear that this was one moose that time had not been kind to.

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