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Vancouver on the ground looks quite a bit more lived-in than you'd gather from its squeaky-clean reputation... the contrast between the spotless glass highrises that make up the skyline and some of the neighborhoods is interesting. It helps that you have a good eye, there were a lot of interesting subjects and angles in here.
wow, those are some shots I imagine the Vancouver board of tourism would rather not see! BTW, there's a hysterical mocumentary called The Delicate Art of Parking about parking enforcement officers set in Vancouver from a few years back-- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WKJiDf_k0UA
I really like the idea of giving a photo thread a particular theme. We don't really see much of that on here. I have a few I want to do down the pipe line if I can ever make this move to flickr pro lol....
Great shots as always, entheos! You're by far the best Vancouver photographer on the forum when it comes to variety and showing off the less polished areas of the city (of which there are a lot more than other photo threads would let on).