Saturday, April 27, 2013

Photo: Trafficking with Geese

It's a fact: animals have no regard for the laws of humankind. Without any shred of guilt animals will kill, animals will steal, and animals will ruthlessly hold up traffic on Steeles Avenue. That last one is what I captured in today's photograph, at any rate; a couple of Canada geese leisurely strolling on the Steeles blacktop while the cars built up behind them. In the end it didn't make much of a difference, since Steeles seems to be nothing if not a forest of idling cars. Truly the result of foresighted planning decisions, I can assure you.

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