This word fits neatly into the stair-like shape of the facade. I appreciate the command because it’s so open-ended: Adore what? Adore whom? We’re left to fill in the blank ourselves.

On a spring-like day in Toronto it’s easy to find something to adore. The sensation of a warm breeze on my face. The feeling of the ground beneath my feet.

What are you adoring now?

The ascending letter here also make me think of “Do-Re-Mi.” Soon I’ll be having visions of Maria Von Trapp in Trinity Bellwoods Park.


2 Responses to “Adore”

  1. Andy Says:

    Reading this entry reminds me of a conversation I overheard from a guy talking to his friend on the subway train, he told her that he decided to write something everyday and what he wrote the night before was that he liked his apartment… I don’t even remember his face, but his happy smile and the way he said it probably will stay in my memory for quite a while…

    This sign gave me a feeling like a tattoo, a sign that you want to show your strong love emotion. I also like the 3D effect

    At this moment, I am adoring the ‘Empty Sky’ by deuter

  2. torontotype Says:

    Hi Andy,

    Thanks for your reply. Those fragments of conversation we hear while walking around the city can really have an effect sometimes.

    A tattoo, yes… I can see why you would say that. And I’m sure there’s a lot of cross pollination between the worlds of street art and tattoos.

    I will check out that album you mentioned. Today I have been adoring afternoon sunshine.


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