Friday, October 24, 2014

Be careful of Pigeons in Trinity Square

A courtyard square beside the #Toronto Eaton Centre and the Church of the Holy Trinity is bounded by a double row of trees enclosing a paving stone labyrinth. Triple arches lead into the circular pathway that promises to bring about a peaceful meditation during the journey in its single pathway.
The area is full of pigeons and often I see piles of food left out for the pigeons. When they consume copious quantities of bread crumbs they like to fly around the trees and carpet bomb the area in bird poo. The one bike has been in the same spot too long and not much of the surface is free of excretions.
Leaving your bike locked up at a rack along the edge of the trees leaves the pedal powered vehicle in perfect territory for some collateral damage of the waste type.

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