The bright and familiar red neon sign at entrance to Granville Island, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
A 1972 bronze sculpture by Elek Imredy. She sits just off the Stanley Park seawall in Burrard Inlet, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
Massive and strong, one of the two towers on the Lions Gate Bridge, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
One of the two twin lion sculptures which flank the Northbound entrance to the Lions Gate Bridge. The regal concrete Lions were created by artist Charles Marega and placed at the site in 1939.
Bronze sculpture of explorer Captain George Vancouver, by Charles Marega, stands beneath Vancouver's art deco style City Hall.
A winter's view of downtown Vancouver from across Burrard Inlet.
One of Vancouver's ubiquitous crows sits perched against a backdrop of the East Vancouver Cross at the corner of Great Northern Way and Clarke St., Vancouver, BC, Canada
Make it so...the geodesic and the flighty. Vancouver, BC, Canada.
The Lions Gate Bridge spans Burrard Inlet, connecting downtown Vancouver to the cities of West and North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.