Sunday, August 23, 2009

Kensington Market

I wandered through Kensington Market in awe of the area made famous by Al Waxman in the King of Kensington. Above, the Mona Lisa looks down on the street sign for Kensington Avenue.

The market is set amongst narrow one way streets, typical downtown houses converted to grocery and clothes stores, restaurants and interesting shops. An abandoned vehicle sits up on blocks full of vegetation including trees in this art installation from the Community Vehicular Reclamation Project.

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