The Ivanhoe is a backpacker’s hostel so I gave it an easy sag to the walls, like a comfortable mattress.
The Dominion Building was Vancouver’s first steel-framed high-rise.
The Cobalt Motor Hotel was built a century ago as working men’s housing. It was also a pretty awesome punk music venue for a while.
Carnegie Centre with a slightly-askew toque and two front columns bent like hands cupping a flame.
I always felt at home at the Ivanhoe.
Alexander and Main is near the docks in the heart of Vancouver’s Downtown East Side.
The dramatic lighting and the red bricks against the greenbelt of Victory Square give this scene a sense of salvation.
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