Thursday, April 1, 2010

Theme Day - Red

I've just registered Vancouver Daily Photo with the City Daily Photo Portal, where there are over 1000 blogs listed of cities all over the world. Every month, the first of the month is a theme photo day. Today's is "red", and here is my entry for it!

This is another Vancouver Biennale piece. It's called The Stop and is by Michael Zheng. For a change I wasn't taking photos in the city centre - although you can see some of the downtown buildings in the background here. This is in Charleson Park, on the south bank of False Creek - which isn't a creek at all, but a narrow inlet of the ocean. This installation is along the seawall, about halfway between Granville Island and the Olympic Athlete's Village site.

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8 comments:

  1. I'd thought of posting a stop sign but decided it would be too boring. This, however, is anything but. Fab installation and fab capture. Thanks.

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  2. This is SO cool! :-) Welcome to CDP!

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  3. Stop, I think they mean it!

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  4. Greetings from Australia.
    Great shot, I think they really DO mean stop. Welcome to City Daily Photo.☺
    Cheers.
    Melbourne Daily Photo

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  5. Greetings from Juneau, Alaska and welcome to the CDP community.
    I look forward to seeing more of Vancouver. I hear its beautiful.

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  6. And I thought you found the place which constructs traffic signs. ;)

    Welcome to the CDP community! It'll be nice seeing photos of the city which one of my best friends has adopted.

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  7. Welcome to CDP. Great choice for RED. Are they all green with GO on the other dise?

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