September 9th, 2019 — Advertisement on University Blvd for a “secret show” of live music which was held on the roof of the UBC Alma Mater Society building.
September 7th, 2019 — What was the parking lot of the First Baptist Church at Nelson and Burrard is now a hole in the ground soon to be condominiums.
September 1st, 2019 — A couple of leaves floating on the surface of a pond is not a picture for me but then sometimes it is. Next to a trail to the top of Hollyburn Ridge in West Vancouver
September 9th, 2019 — It’s a given that when students arrive at UBC for their first week of classes the main floor of the student union building will be filled with posters for sale.
September 8th, 2019 — I have been under the impression that no one cares about cars anymore but my previous post and the large group of people watching exotic cars, including this $3.4 million US Pagani Huayra Roadster BC, drive onto 37th Avenue Sunday evening after the closing of the VanDusen Garden’s Luxury & Supercar Show indicates I’m wrong. It’s a mind boggling amount to pay for a toy but maybe because there are only a few of each model built they’re bought like art to be sold later for even more. For contrast a link to my earlier post of a Deux Chevaux which probably cost new only sightly more than filling the Pagani’s gas tank.
September 5th, 2019 — The young man to the left is photographing his car parked at Spanish Banks and it’s attracting a crowd of interested people as it should. The car is Bugatti Chiron, one of 500 built in Molsheim, France, and has a list price of 3 million Canadian dollars. For those who care it has 1500 horsepower, a top speed of 420 KPH, and gets 10 MPG.
September 1st, 2019 — A third generation tree growing on Chancellor Trail in Pacific Spirit Park.
September 3rd, 2019 — Recycling cans off Vine Street, above, and Quebec Street, below.
September 2nd, 2019 — House sold in the 3400 block of West King Edward and it looks like the previous owner left a few things behind.
February 28th, 2006 — Burning slash after clear cutting a large area for a housing development on the north side of Salt Spring Island’s Mount Erskine.