03082 Granville Street, Vancouver, 1973
Still visiting my back pages, so to speak. I found this in a plastic box. The slide had been glass mounted since the 1970s, so it was almost dust and scratch-free. I was shooting one of the not-so-great transparency films of the day, High Speed Ektachrome; it carried a whopping ISO 160 and had grain the size of tennis balls. This was the view from Vancouver's Granville Street Bridge, looking north to the downtown core and the North Shore Mountains beyond, the view compressed by my 200mm…
VANCOUVER 🇨🇦Michael Thornquist on Instagram: “Vancouver State of Mind ☔️ Rain. It's all what you make of it. Without rain, our streets would be dirty and dusty. Our lush rain forests…”
Vancouver State of Mind Rain. It's all what you make of it. Without rain our streets would be dirty and dusty. Our lush rain forests would be brown and more susceptible to fires. Our water reservoirs would dry up and we would be on restrictions. I for one embrace the rain and all it's glory and benefits. We're lucky to live here on the Wet Coast. Pictured here looking east down Robson Street from Howe to Granville Street with Nordstrom at Pacific Center. Captured yestereve downtown…
Burrard & Davie, 1969
View looking NW on the 1100-block of Burrard Street, just north of Davie Street, in Vancouver, BC. St. Paul's Hospital dominates the scene in the background.
The Roaring Silence: 10 Cool & Creepy Abandoned Zoos
These 10 abandoned zoos, formerly places bursting with life, laughter and wonder, are all that remains after the cages are emptied and wildlife moves on.
Christmas Shoppers on Granville 1973: Archive Photo of the Day
From the City of Vancouver Archives: Christmas Shoppers on Granville in 1973. © City of Vancouver. Photographer: William Edgar Knowles Middleton.