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As some of you may know, SSP's next poster is focused on British Columbia and will include Vancouver/Lower mainland/Victoria/Kelowna and Nanaimo buildings.
Such being the case, our illustrators require good photos from which to work off of to create as detailed drawings as they can. One of our illustrators is currently working on Bentall 3/4 and has hit a snag requiring some clear photos of the base of the towers (each tower) and any "detail" photos, either from a distance showing the sides of the towers or from directly below at street-level.
If anyone has any images of B3/4 ready to go or is willing to snap some really quickly that would be much appreciated!
[QUOTE=Overground;2630722]Ya all the palms are still right where they ought to be(they can handle to -15c). There was no problems with the wind storms either that I know of.
Correction.. those palms can handle -30.. they can grow in Minnisota, Switzerland England, Ireland.. all over the place... I want to plant on in Saint John NB... lol... it might survive... the average winter temperature is -3.. I doubt it though... I just bought one for my Aunt in South Jersey.. should grow there no problem...
i recently bought a new cell a few days ago and what better way to try out the 2mp camera than to take pics of shangri-la and its environs? hehe... for 2mp, the pics arent that bad. so anyways, heres my ramshackle photos..
Awesome pics guys! Vancouver is indeed a beautiful city. Does anyone have pictures of Commercial Drive or Granville Island? Those two area's are one of my favorites. It's been a while since I've been to Vancouver. I was wondering how things look now, see if there's been any changes.