Guns Guns Guns – “Eagle all Gone & No More Caribou”

When I found this eagle I thought:

AH, a simple post… I’ll dedicate it to my nature pal Tim

….and maybe my pal Cindy who said she saw more Bald eagles in Canada than the USA.

I sure hope this is an eagle!

In my world, I see more nature in alleys, than anywhere else.

Pics taken by Resa – May 5, 2022

Toronto, Canada

Guns Guns Guns – by; The Guess Who

“God Speed Mother Nature, I never really wanted to say goodbye”

A song of warning from 50 years ago.

I’m in tears.

On a more reflective image:

Eagle drives the car

Special Eagle

It may be on a little wall, but this eagle is a huge presence.

Artist: Cash Akoza

Thanks again to Sherrie for driving me hither and yon to collect these murals!

Artist: Cash Akoza
Artist: Cash Akoza
Artist: Cash Akoza
Artist: Cash Akoza

Pics taken by Resa – October 26, 2016

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Although unsigned, the artist is Cash Akoza

Artist: Cash Akoza
Artist: Cash Akoza

 

Eco System Defenders

In a narrow lane way near Dufferin & Dundas W.

Artists: Clandestinos, Shalak & Smoky
Artists: Clandestinos, Shalak & Smoky

…the animals are upset.

Artists: Clandestinos, Shalak & Smoky
Artists: Clandestinos, Shalak & Smoky

Our jungle is disappearing!

Artists: Clandestinos, Shalak & Smoky
Artists: Clandestinos, Shalak & Smoky

It might be because of the humans!

JBook #7
Artists: Clandestinos, Shalak & Smoky

Jungle outtakes

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I’ll protect us from the humans!

Artists: Clandestinos, Shalak & Smoky
Artists: Clandestinos, Shalak & Smoky
Artists: Clandestinos, Shalak & Smoky
Artists: Clandestinos, Shalak & Smoky

 

Artists: Clandestinos, Shalak & Smoky
Artists: Clandestinos, Shalak & Smoky

Pics taken by Resa, February 28 , 2016

Toronto, Canada

JBook #8
Artists: Clandestinos, Shalak & Smoky

The Artists

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Artists: Female Victims of Poverty &/or Violence

This bird, in a Canadian aboriginal style, is by the Crossing Communities Art Project“.

Artists: Crossing Communities Art Project - founded by: Edith Regier
Artists: Crossing Communities Art Project – founded by: Edith Regier

Local artists make art with women who are marginalized by social/injustice issues. They’ve either been in conflict with the law, in prison or at risk of offending due to a past history of poverty or violence.

Pics taken by: Resa  – October 27, 2014

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

The Murals of Winnipeg

Artists: Crossing Communities Art Project - founded by: Edith Regier
Artists: Crossing Communities Art Project – founded by: Edith Regier