The 100 #62 – Intersections 1.

Intersections 1

Please see Intersections 2 for an explanation of this series.

Intersections 1– I pulled the original post because of a glitch in the photo. Here it is again, covered in invisible band aids. It is the last in this series.
The designer’s description is below the image and says everything I would want to say….

Main and Hastings

Main and Hastings

Credit and Thanks to the Platform Gallery

‘The 100′ series was initiated by my 100th Post in April 2012. As text and images are the essence of my blog I will post 100 pieces of textual art from historical and contemporary artists and from my own hand. To view the series to date click on ‘The 100’ in my Category Menu.

14 thoughts on “The 100 #62 – Intersections 1.

    1. Well it does and it doesn’t Philippa – pigeons are ubiquitous in that neighborhood and I understand the visual metaphor used – however – the aesthetic quality of the pigeons are somewhat incongruous to the gritty ambiance of the location – if you see what I mean…


      1. 🙂 is there a difference…oops 🙂

        (Poorly the words come out from our strange lips
        we write them down in so many mistakes
        the natives of the English language sigh
        and think oh please, spell check, for heaven’s sakes.)


        1. Love the poem Ina – you have one for every occasion – amazing poet you are. The pigeon is down there in the street with the humble sparrow. The dove has been elevated through literature and symbolism – Noah’s Ark – Peace – Love etc


          1. I don’t see
            that they are different:
            doves and pigeons;
            in the light of dawn
            they are all
            heaven sent to me.

            My guess is pigeons
            are on their way
            home to sleep in late,
            after painting the town red
            the night before,
            while doves need to
            take their white feathers
            to the cleaners
            early in the morning.



    1. Glad you enjoyed this one Ese. Me old mum used to say that if a pigeon pooped on your head it was a symbol of good luck – sadly this doesn’t seem to be true for the marginalized masses who share this intersection with the pigeons…


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