Thursday, September 02, 2004

Everyday Canadian

Crosswalk light at Rue Saint Laurent and Rue Rene Levesque in Montreal (August 26, 2004)

Construction barrel on Carlton St. near Toronto's Maple Leaf Gardens (August 28, 2004)

OK, so Canada isn't some exotic place wildly different from the United States, but I was somewhat fascinated with the common things that don't quite look the same as their equivalents here. I like the walk symbol. That guy looks jaunty, as if he's going to cross the street in style. The tiger-striped construction barrels are slimmer than those in the U.S. (One might also query if the same is true of the citizens.)

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