PDA* in Toronto Public Labyrinth… (*=Pigeon)

Pigeons in Toronto Public Labyrinth this afternoon.

01 - PDA Pigeon Display of Affection - Toronto Public Labyrinth - Thursday May 26 2016

Putting the “Pigeon” in PDA…

PDA Pigeon Display of Affection - Toronto Public Labyrinth - Thursday May 26 2016

But…

03 - PDA Pigeon Display of Affection - Toronto Public Labyrinth - Thursday May 26 2016

…Like most Public Displays of Affection…

02 - PDA Pigeon Display of Affection - Toronto Public Labyrinth - Thursday May 26 2016

…Three’s a Crowd.

05 - PDA Pigeon Display of Affection - Toronto Public Labyrinth - Thursday May 26 2016
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