A big walk around Vancouver featuring Granville, Gastown, Chinatown and Canada Place
…and all of the John Fluevog shoe stores we could find.
(all two of them)
Graffiti all over the pay phone; 10th and Granville, Vancouver
Cool reflections in the store window, Vancouver, Broadway and Granville. I really like this picture. It’s confusing, familiar, abstract and geometrical. #urban #street #art #photo #Vancouver
Granville Loop Park, just south of the Granville Bridge, Vancouver
Vancouver gum all over the street, Granville and Nelson. Vogue Theatre in the background
The Fluevog shoe store 837 Granville street, Vancouver
Park your car. Drive Fluevog
I really dig Fluevogs. They are fantastically well designed and well made shoes and boots.
My nice new Fluevog CISL Radio’s in Blue Purple. (from the Fluevog website) “True to his Canadian roots, John broadcasts another hip style in the modern Radio family with the CISL. Named after Vancouver’s soft oldies station broadcasting at 650 AM, CISL is one of Canada’s few remaining music stations on the AM dial. Featuring a modern twist using laser etching on the nostalgic wingtip motif with grosgrain (word score!) piping, an upturned toe, and a tunite heel & sole, The CISL will bring you the smooth, sweet tunes of yesteryear. Tune in, Turn on, and Vog out!”
A piece of Vancouver sidewalk infrastructure covered in student art from Emily Carr University of Art and Design. This thingy happens to be by Mark Illing, the nice artist we bought a print from yesterday. “WRAP A student / community project”
Granville and Georgia, Vancouver
The Vancouver Art Gallery
Inside the Historic Vancouver Train Station
Stylish bubbly polka dot manhole cover, Vancouver
The steam clock in Vancouver’s Gastown, Cambie and Water street
Information about the Gastown Steam Clock, Vancouver
Vancouver’s Steam Clock
Information about Vancouver’s Gastown
John Fluevog’s main store in Vancouver’s Gastown; where new shoes are born!
Nifty Vintage Velocette motrocycle in the Fluevog store. Did you see what I did with the reflection in the mirror there?
Rechristened the “Fluevocette” this bike is a unique looker!
Vancouver’s Historic Gastown
Flatiron style building in Vancouver at the wedgy corners of Alexander, Carall, Powell and Water street
One of Vancouver’s notorious and nefarious back alleys. In between Pender and East Hastings from Carrall street
Kam Gok Yuen Chinese Restaurant, BBQ Pork and Rice. Yummy!
Steamed Gai Lan with Oyster Sauce
Kam Gok Yuen, Vancouver’s Chinatown, East Pender Street, between Columbia and Main street. One of my favourite places to eat in Vancouver
Vancouver’s Historical buildings in Chinatown. Weat Pender and Carrall
The Chinatown Supermarket in Vancouver
Vancouver’s Chinatown. Keefer and Gore street
Winnipeg does not have any busy looking Chinese stores like Vancouver does. (sigh)
Cluttered looking store in Vancouver’s Chinatown. I wish I knew how to use half of the stuff in here. Fascinating.
Little dried fish for sale in Vancouver’s Chinatown
Pender and Carrall. Vancouver’s skinniest building
Interesting people on the Vancouver sidewalks
Wild store at Carrall and Hastings, Vancouver
Lots of screaming and shouting and carrying on at Pigeon Park, Vancouver. Carrall and Hastings
Vancouver street photography
Woodward’s Department store, Vancouver, Abbott and West Hastings
Some MOD fashions and style, Gastown, Vancouver
Inside the Smart Mouth Cafe, Vancouver, near Water and Abbott
Vancouver’s street artisans
Vancouver’s Canada Place on the waterfront
A seaplane lands on the water in Vancouver harbour. North Vancouver is in the background
Gimli Manitoba makes a small appearance in Vancouver on the Canadian Walk
Vancouver’s City Hall