When Dufferin hits Queen the road ends briefly. On the north side of the three-way intersection is a retaining wall holding earth in place that supports the rail tracks a few feet above. There is just a small strip of dirt on the top of the retaining wall and a chain-link fence. That dirt is now home to flowers planted by our local Guerrilla Gardeners, I recently discovered. But just behind the narrow garden lies another unexpected guerrilla act: photographer and Spacing contributor Davin Risk has attached a handful of tiny photographs to the top of small stakes and stuck them in the ground. They remind me of the plastic thingys that help the uneducated learn the name of the plant they’re looking at. Instead, Davin’s photos are of mundane and battle-scared Toronto. The images are taken from his photoblog which is full of beautiful and extremely understated images of Toronto’s urban underbelly.