You may have heard that all eyes were on this little corner of the world for the past 2 weeks.I have to say that all the visitors to the city were quite lovely and I had some really nice chats with a number of them. I think I'll also miss the spontaneous outbursts of our national anthem on crowded trains and buses!Having said that, I am happy that things are more or less back to normal.
Granville Bridge, overlooking Yaletown and fireworks on the final night Canada won hockey gold!
My palms hurt from high fiving a whole bunch of strangers in downtown after the closing ceremonies. Really amazing atmosphere that night, I'm not usually one for large crowds, but this was something else!
Free hugs…and now people have moved onto free kisses…what the?! Sooo…what's next?In the few minutes I hung around to photograph, he had a few takers…well, one woman came back twice.Nice handmade sign:)
If they had only programmed the lights to create the Bat signal, that would have been way cool. Didn't like this light, art sculpture thing at all:(
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Oh yeah... I heard there was something going on around your parts... ;)
Very nice documentation. Congrats to Canada!
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