Windsor

Interesting Graffiti

I’m always amazed that there isn’t more interesting or clever graffiti around town. Most of it is just tags. Everyone once in a while you see something a little bit different. I’ve been a fan of this one on McDougall for a while now, and finally got around to getting a picture of it. When the empty bins are stacked up, the baby pops out of the bin, and it makes me smile every time I drive past. It may even be far enough out of the line of vision that most people don’t even notice it.

Have a good weekend everyone, see you back here Monday!

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