Main Street, Vancouver, runs down the center of Mount Pleasant, and is often referred to as “Hipster Central.”
Vancouver alleys, whether they are urban gritty or backyard overgrown, are lovely in their roughshod untidiness.
Coal Harbour is a busy place, especially for boats and bikes and planes and pedestrians.
Burrard Inlet with turbulent rainbow waters.
The bright cranes are a necessary hit of color on many a dreary rainy Vancouver day.
The view is a collage of many landmarks that East Vancouver residents know and love.
We all start somewhere.
Morning fog is magical: mountains become an opalescent mirage while the cranes become primordial pack animals.
Orange represents citrus, zest, endurance, and embers. It doesn’t have a negative association.
The ubiquitous harbour cranes are like dinosaurs flexing across the sky. They make the landscape seem prehistoric.
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