Part 3 of 3 taken on March 22, 2023:
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Taken from Nordstrom Rack:
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From the Concord Sky site:
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While I was taking today's sets of photos, a construction worker for The One approached me and showed me security camera photos of me taking photos over the past few months.
He asked me, "Why are you taking photos?"
I told him, "I'm taking photos for a blog."
He replied, "What's your name and what is the name of the blog?"
I know that I am posting under my real name, so I said, "I post anonymously" because I know he has photos of me. In fact, he even took selfies of me next to him on the escalator in Nordstrom Rack.
He replied, "I understand and you aren't really anonymous if I have photos of you, so you don't need to tell me your name. However, I need to know the name of the blog or else I will ask a police officer standing at the entrance of Nordstrom Rack to delete the photos from your phone."
I told him, "UrbanToronto, urbantoronto.ca"
The construction worker and the police officer then spoke to me and I am in the clear. The construction worker took a look at UrbanToronto and congratulated me as it is not the first time an UrbanToronto member took photographs inside The One's site.
The construction worker gave me a fist bump and I gave him a fist bump back.
I hollered to him as we walked across the intersection, "I make you famous! You should be thanking me!"
I will continue to take photos of The One's site as I am technically not trespassing (my body is outside the fence; only the phone is inside it).