20 October 2010

Bejewelled

No. 3561 - 12 Jul 2010 - 22:12:03

Here is a thin-slice of landscape from a random perspective: eight storeys over the last hill before sea-level, facing southwest, in the downtown of Metro Vancouver. This image signals the transformation of a three year practice, which is drawing to a close at the end of the year, as the bloG continues from fresh perspectives.

The building in the foreground is 100 years old in 2011. Although it is handsome from afar it is also neglected by the not-for-profiteers of the social housing society; exploited for its unfortunate location at the southeast corner of Gastown.

In the background, City Hall shines bright white on the left side of the skyline, while Library Square emits red beams of light on the right.

Little Sky House sits mid-ground, off the centre line adjacent to Yaletown's towers of lit windows.

The sky is a moving backdrop.

I watch for signs.

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