June 12th, 2017 — On the west side of Vancouver there is a scale of importance as with this speed limit sign on West 29th Avenue where greenery obviously takes precedence over signage. Of course, at times accommodation is possible as shown by the sign below photographed on Macdonald Street last December.
March 12th, 2017 — This is a plumber who should have been in advertising. It’s a perfect example of why I never go anywhere without a camera. Marine Drive at 15th in West Vancouver.
February 17th, 2017 — Not quite what I thought plein air painting was supposed to be. Outside the Federation of Canadian Artists gallery on Granville Island.
Circa 1978 — The 1978 graduating class from Delta High School trying see how many students they can stuff into a Ford van. More pictures HERE or by clicking on the picture above.
January 29th, 2017 — An obviously unofficial sign on the old Arbutus CPR right of way near 12th Avenue.
December 9th, 2016 — Shoveling snow Vancouver style, in sandals wearing no socks.
November 5th, 2016 — There are a lot of uses for duct tape but holding a rusty car door together has to be a first. The car was gone from its parking spot when we came back a few hours later so it’s obviously a driver.
December 3, 2015 — This Lamborghini with a novice sticker on the back was parked in the Kerrisdale district of Vancouver.
November 24th, 2015 — Land is expensive in Vancouver and if you have some you protect it no matter how small such as this tiny plot on Howe Street.
November 10th, 2015 — There are some things we just pass by everyday without noticing and not thinking that a person from another country might might find it confusing. Take this sign at the top of the stairs and entrance to the waiting room of the Howe Sound Queen, the BC ferry that moves people and cars between Salt Spring Island and Vancouver Island. The sign seems to state the obvious, like instructions to not drive off the ship until it gets to the dock, but at some time cleats above the car deck became a problem and a sign was made. I’ve never seen this on any other route so there’s gotta be a legend there somewhere.