Near my house there is an alley behind Bloor Street that faces the subway tracks where they come above ground between Dundas West and Keele. It is COVERED in graffiti - a lot of really elaborate painterly compositions, simple tags, and everything in between. It's like a drive-through art gallery for the people looking out the window of the subway. I took a walk back there the other day and got sucked in to all of that colour. I didn't think I would take so many pictures - I find a lot of graffiti kind of tacky, and it can be a pretty cliche subject to photograph, but maybe it's all in the perspective and framing of the images? Mostly I focused on little details and juxtapositions of the graphic colours with the wild urban nature - that's where the beauty was for me.