On 103a Avenue at the intersection with 100 Street, there is some interesting public art. I went there to take pictures of the murals on the front and sides of the Vignettes Building, and I was pleased to find behind City Hall a sculpture by Isla Burns that I had not seen before.
As I was walking around the Vignettes Building I discovered this lovely little message on a drain cover. I read it as “TEN TOES 1987” and I thought perhaps someone was celebrating a birth. The letters embossed in the drain cover are upside down in this picture and should read L & P. I could not discover what those letters stand for, but I assume it was the company responsible for the original drainage system in Edmonton.