Okay, I'm getting the band-aids out of the way first. I was outside for almost five hours and averaged about one per hour.
Normal band-aid with gross stain seeping downwards.
Simpsons band-aid! I'm familiar with these, as I got a box at Dollarama ("Thanks kids in Indonesia!"). I am aware that they are not the most top quality band-aids however, so I only use them on my cut fingers so I can be sure it's staying in place. Also, the pictures scratch off easily.
Aww. Little hearts. This band-aid loves the sidewalk.
These two band-aids are doing it!!
Maybe that's where all these ground-aids are coming from!!
I believe the black chess piece defeated the white chess piece, then died of lung cancer, which is evident by the cigarette butt next to him.
I'm sure the two people that occasionally check this site are sick of seeing band-aids, but I can't help it. They're just everywhere and I must photograph them and purge them out at the world. Once it cools off, I suspect band-aid ground cover will decrease.
Finally! A tiny little band-aid! Remember those?! You don't see them that often. Maybe they stay on better than larger rebellious band-aids.
I believe this one was already on here, in flat form. It now seems to be slowly breaking out toward greener pastures.
This one looks tiny but it's just in the middle of an intersection where I couldn't stop due to heavy automobile and pedestrian traffic. That's it down toward the right corner.
Something else I saw yesterday:
This seagull is so great. And I hate seagulls (i.e. shitbags), so that's saying something. I have a fondness for birds that seem to be acting out of the ordinary. Like this bird. Why isn't he hanging out with other seagulls? Because he doesn't care about other seagulls, that's why! He's all "Yeah, I'm sitting in a big parking lot by myself, so what?"
"Sure, I'll sit here quietly why you take pictures, I've got nothing else to do today! I'm comfy!"
He's got attitude! He's got style! He's badass! He don't take no guff from nobody!!
Then I saw him again today!!!
It was raining and hard to see him. This parking lot to him is like a Hollywood club with no sign outside. Don't mess with him! He doesn't need you!
I took a trip to St. John's, Newfoundland. Here are some photos of my trip:
Not to be outdone, here's what Halifax provided upon my arrival:
Put my foot in this one for some added excitement.
This one has an inferiority complex because of it's different shape. But it really shouldn't. I hope one day it realizes just how beautiful it really is. Even if it is somewhat phallic while squished into this position.