June 8th, 2018 — Homeless camp on West Cordova Street near Granville.
June 7th, 2018 — Many years ago when newspapers were real newspapers they did a lot of crazy things with pictures. One I remember was in honour of pancake day. Yes there really is such a thing as pancake day. It has something to do with Lent. Anyway this particular picture was of a stack of pancakes. It started in the top left hand corner of the Vancouver Sun’s front page, two columns wide, and went all the way down to the bottom of the page where there were the words “continued on page two”. Flipping over to page two the picture continued from the top left hand corner all the way down to the bottom of page where there was a person next to the stack with a knife and fork and a hungry look on his face. It think the picture was taken by Ken Oakes. One of deficiencies of internet blogs is that they favour horizontals. Verticals seldom work. The pancake picture would never work. However this telephone pole in the laneway of 26th and Collingwood once covered in vines deserved something special so that’s why it is what it is.
June 5th, 2018 — False Creek Racing Canoe Club canoe on its way down Whyte Avenue to the boat launch at Vanier Park.
June 5th, 2018 — Abandoned homeless campsite under the south end of the Burrard Bridge.
July 20th, 2015 — Man overboard drill on the Bowen Queen on its way to Salt Spring Island from Tsawwassen.
Nov 2, 2004 — Fulford Harbour, Salt Spring Island.
May 24, 2003 — Three BC ferries in Active Pass.
August 24th, 2002 — Row boats that were displayed in the Vancouver wooden boat show drifting in False Creek.
May 29th, 2018 — The cat 1 women’s finish at tonight’s Escape Velocity Tuesday night criterium at Glenlyon in Burnaby. More pictures from all the crits HERE or by clicking on the picture. You may have to be patient as they load as they’re about 170 of them.
January 31st, 2003 — One of the nice things about the old Queen of Nanaimo ferry was that there was space to take a nap on the floor during the long milk run from Tsawwassen to Salt Spring Island. Not so with the new Salish class ferries.