Bait stations remind us that unwanted and unseen living creatures exist.
Being the greenest city in the world by 2020 means there’s a big program in place to change our behaviour.
Industrial structures look gentle and unthreatening in the soft early morning fog.
“Piles” is a colloquial term for hemorrhoids. And “sulphur” used to be called brimstone.
Siwash Rock looks like a small child tree who wants to wander off into the dangerous unknown.
“Great White” brings three concepts to mind: Great White North, Great White Hope, and Great White Shark.
The 4/20 celebration in Vancouver is comparable to the Fireworks Festival except with fewer liquor containers and more food wrappers.
Escape is often an uphill struggle, whether cultivated or naturally grown.
Vancouver’s 2010 Olympics logo was intended as a world welcome. Locally, it’s more of a pretty insignia for beach volleyball.
The East Van Cross is an emblem of light which is both a threat and a beacon.
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