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Glenn Marcus - My Travelling Lens
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10/8/16
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It was so good to return to Venice, it has been six years since we had a chance to stay in the city. While during the day the city is on the edge of being unbearable due to the number of tourists, early in the morning and in the evening the city changes into something closer to its historical routes.
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10/8/16
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THE VANCOUVER BLOCK & CLOCK

An iconic structure in Vancouver, the 15 floor Edwardian style office building that was built between 1910 and 1912. The impressive clock has the date 1911 in its decorative tile work. It was back in 1890 the Canadian Pacific Railway encourages development on company land, and Granville Street became the address to have at the time.

At the time, it was to be the grandest skyscraper in Vancouver, located at the highest point of land. The architectural firm of Par and Fee were responsible for the Vancouver Block, the Manhattan Apartments, Hotel Europe and the Dunsmuir Hotel.

There are three architectural sections of the building: the ground floor with its ornamentation, the central portion with windows inset in white terra cotta and the top floors with a cornice supported by six caryatids.
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8/14/16
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Capilano River Park
After the water spills over the dam, and travels through a rugged canyon, the Capilano Rivber Park offers great views and the water rushes down the elevation towards the sea.
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2016-08-01
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The Capilano Canyon
As the water pours through the spillway at the Cleveland Dam the first part of the journey is from a rough, scenic canyon.
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2016-08-01
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Whistler Train Wreck... now a great graffiti park. A new bridge has opened that offers an easy walk to the site. There was a train wreck, and the train company paid a lumber company to use their heavy equipment to pull the wrecked box cars off the track into the woods. Out of site, out of mind! Don't think that could happen today.
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2016-08-01
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2016 Vancouver Pride Parade, lots of colours and a great vibe.

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Anvil Centre, New Westminster
This community culture centre has lines and angles to take the eye up and around the structure.
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2016-05-14
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Westcoast Railway Association Heritage Park
Squamish, BC
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2016-05-14
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A day as Ashlu Creek in the Squamish Valley. It is spring, so the water is at the highest levels of the year. I will return later in the summer when more of the rocks show as the rocks had very interesting colours.
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5/14/16
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