Ground Control to Major Tomisina

Take your protein pills and put your helmet on!

It’s in a very narrow lane, and difficult to photograph.

I kept hearing this song (in my mind), as I shot this.

Pics taken by Resa – February 3, 2020

Toronto, Canada

The Artists:

33 thoughts on “Ground Control to Major Tomisina

    1. Well, it’s certainly coming out of her eye!
      The instant I saw this, began singing this in my head. The stupid thing is, I can’t get it out.
      It’s been looping for about 8 days now. I might have to go mad! 😳

    1. Hump day… and I don’t even know one camel.
      If I did know a camel, I would love it and hug it.
      ❤🌷xo❤🌷
      I agree, DB would probably really like this!

      1. Right?! I would too… Actually wait.. I have met one when I was very young [like 11] in Egypt and he even took me on a ride [more like race due to a misunderstanding of the camel owners! …funny story!] to the Pyramids! Beautiful beings they are too! xoxoxoxoxo

  1. You certainly have some amazing art upon the walls of Toronto. Here people tend to write just rude words on walls…it’s not the same; not art. Wit occasionally yet for the main part debatable spelling. My youngest son did take a photo of one such rude scribbling that did induce laughter. I shall have to get him to send me a copy, for in just a couple of badly chosen words it defines the shortcomings of English street art. Regards, TOF

    1. TOF!!!
      Alright, share the scribbled laugh, please!
      It’s true, the city is a veritable outdoor Art Gallery.
      I adore it, and can hardly wait for the next day above freezing. I heard of a wall I want to see. It’s about 45 minutes away.

      1. What a lovely concept…a reality where you live. An outdoor Art Gallery. Magic…if only England had panache. Still only a few weeks and I’ll be in France for the first of this years escapes. Like your Toronto, art is everything in France.

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