Catching Up on Flickr.
Just before life went all bonkers at the end of March, I was fortunate enough to be able to shoot Compaigni V’ni Dansi performing as part of the Coastal First Nations Dance Festival at the Museum of Anthropology.
It was a great show and, finally, life has settled down to a dull roar and I was able to actually get the shots edited.
Pavillion on Flickr.
Now, I don’t get out to UBC much so am always stumbling across interesting buildings when I do. On Sunday, I was on my way to the Museum of Anthropology to shoot a performance in the Coastal First Nations Dance Festival when this marvellous structure caught my eye. How could I have missed such a stunning (and large) modernist installation as this for almost 25 years? I took note and stopped to investigate further after the show.
Well, imagine my surprise when google revealed that I missed this previously because it’s relatively new!
Pavillion is a remodelling of the courtyard of the Buchanan Block that was just completed recently (looks like just last year from the article). What a splendid thing!
Just two wild and crazy guys at a swing party. Despite appearances, they were actually having a grand old time. Trajan’s mate Tycho is part of our exclusive club of toddlers named for significant but not particularly well known figures in history. Their good friend Linnaeus wasn’t along on this day.
Footless on Flickr.
You’ve got to check when you find a boot or shoe near the waterfront in Vancouver, we’ve got a long history of errant feet washing up on shore.
This one was empty which gives rise to some interesting questions that, having never lost one shoe in a park or elsewhere, I don’t feel qualified to answer.
Just a quick hello on Flickr.
Another shot from my initial test of the Canon Serenar 100mm f/4.0 earlier in the month. The Harbour Green Water Park on a rainy autumn day, not a kid in sight.
Have been up to my ears in work lately and haven’t even scanned most of the film I developed a couple weeks ago yet! Hoping to see the sunlight (or rain shine at least) really soon!
Limbs of the Stars on Flickr.
Renaissance man and good friend Stephen Lyons belts one out at the CD Release for the debut album of his combo ‘Limbs of the Stars’: heartwarmongering at the Rickshaw last Friday evening.
It was, as they say, one hell of a show. They’re one hell of a band, 40% or so of the Juno Award winning ‘Fond of Tigers’ with Shanto Acharia on bass, and Skye Brooks on drums.
Check it out: limbsofthestars.bandcamp.com