An Embarrassment of Riches

Every month I take hundreds of pictures. I have to make hard choices as to which I’ll include in the article. This means that I have to leave some interesting photos on the cutting room floor as it were.

It seems like a bit of a waste to not share these images, so once a month I’ll publish some of my favourite but unseen photos.

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Standing Tall

The first piece of art installed at The McMurtry Gardens of Justice was Edwina Sandys’ Pillars of Justice. The statue, executed in steel, is composed of a 20-foot pediment supported by eleven columns fashioned into stylized masculine and feminine figures. It is meant to represent the right of a Canadian citizen to be tried by a jury of their peers.

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