Miles Davis – Bitches Brew

I’ve wanted to shoot this for several years.

Thing is, it’s in Kensington Market on one of the main streets, and a slew of humanity is constantly walking by. The vehicular traffic is also a deterrent.

Today, a winter’s Monday was my opportunity.

It’s…. like… so cool!

There’s little else, no single. It’s the album or this unofficial bit.

I found this segment from the documentary about him quite interesting.

Pics taken by Resa – February 3, 2020

Toronto, Canada

The Artist:

Float Like a Butterfly, Sting Like a Bee – RIP Ali

When I heard about a memorial mural to Muhammad Ali, I rushed over.

Artist: Random

I’m not a boxing fan, but if men (or women) want to fight – better in a ring of competition than war, or abuse.

Artist: Random

So, when I got to this wall, there was this piece and about 40 other pieces. The rest will have to wait, as I’m still not finished Alley 18.

Artist: Random

I was smitten with the fact that the artist has portrayed Ali in his later years, not as the young Ali.

Artist: Random

Yet, reflected in his sunglasses is his younger self.

Artist: Random

I am told this is from a famous pic captured at an important fight.

Artist: Random
Artist: Random

Pics taken by Resa – August 26, 2017

Toronto, Canada

The Artist:

David Suzuki

World-renowned geneticist, environmentalist, and an awesome Canadian, I salute David Suzuki.

For all of my life, David Suzuki has enthralled me with his TV show The Nature of Things

Now in its 55th season, these weekly documentary programs are still informing, chilling and more important than ever.

It’s not a flashy, or pretty mural. It is simply David Suzuki’s head on a wall in an alley.  Yet, I was honored to have found this mural on one of my expeditions.

It’s not a wonder that he has a foundation that supports and promotes the environment. Check it out! David Suzuki Foundation

David Suzuki is so amazing, he is in the Canadian Encyclopedia. David Suzuki in the Canadin Encyclopedia

Pics taken by Resa – January 11, 2017

The Art Groups: