74. Window to a Soul, Lost in #VanRELand

. Diptych #74 "Window to a Soul" From my Lost in #VanRELand, ’04 - ’18 series. Inside a water taxi along the coast of West Vancouver, and a closeup of an imported snack on a shelf at Fujiya Market on W Pender Street off Thurlow. Vancouver, Canada. (May 2012) #streetphoto . . . . . .… Continue reading 74. Window to a Soul, Lost in #VanRELand

73. Numbers… and Letters… and Numbers-Letters, Lost in #VanRELand

. Diptych #73 "Numbers... and Letters... and Numbers-Letters" From my Lost in #VanRELand, ’04 - ’18 series. A BBC news "numbers" segment, and the interior of an elevator in the old Sears (ex-Eaton's) store, aka "The Urinal", on Robson Street at Howe. Vancouver, Canada. (May 2012) #streetphoto . . . . . . . .

72. You Can Plaster Over It, But You Can’t Hide It, Lost in #VanRELand

. Diptych #72 "You Can Plaster Over It, but You Can't Hide It" From my Lost in #VanRELand, ’04 - ’18 series. The "C" from the old "Bow Mac" sign peering from behind the new "S" of the "Toys 'R Us" sign, and the elevator next to them taking [me] down to street level W Broadway.… Continue reading 72. You Can Plaster Over It, But You Can’t Hide It, Lost in #VanRELand

71. I Love It When We Have Family Over for the Holidays, Lost in #VanRELand

. Diptych #71 "I Always Love It When We Have Family Over for the Holidays" From my Lost in #VanRELand, ’04 - ’18 series. A shipwrecked propeller in a sand dune and the view off a jetty light house (via the “angle formed by the parting of [my] two legs”), on the North Jetty of Iona… Continue reading 71. I Love It When We Have Family Over for the Holidays, Lost in #VanRELand

70. The (Grass/Sky/Life) Is Always (Greener/Brighter/Better) on…, Lost in #VanRELand

. Diptych #70 "The [Grass/Sky/Life] Is Always [Greener/Brighter/Better] on the Other Side (of Burrard Inlet)" From my Lost in #VanRELand, ’04 - ’18 series. The dry leaves of a non-indigenous tree planted off Keith Avenue and the branches of an acacia tree in Victoria Park, off Lonsdale Avenue, in North Vancouver, Canada. #streetphoto . . .… Continue reading 70. The (Grass/Sky/Life) Is Always (Greener/Brighter/Better) on…, Lost in #VanRELand

69. One Last Puff (of Cheap Debt), Lost in #VanRELand

. Diptych #69 "One Last Puff (of Cheap Debt)" From my Lost in #VanRELand, ’04 - ’18 series. Protesters at the "420 Day" event on W Georgia Street and Howe, at the plaza at the back of Vancouver Art Gallery, and a local Coast Capital Credit Union advertisement, in Vancouver, Canada. (April 2012) #streetphoto . .… Continue reading 69. One Last Puff (of Cheap Debt), Lost in #VanRELand

68. On Track to That Brighter Future, Lost in #VanRELand

. Diptych #68 "On Track to That Brighter Future" From my Lost in #VanRELand, ’04 - ’18 series. A quaint railway crossing on Bridge Road in the Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Úxwumixw First Nation X̱wemelch'stn community off the [new] mouth of the Capilano River, and a sunken plaza on West Georgia Street at Seymour Street, in downtown Vancouver, Canada,… Continue reading 68. On Track to That Brighter Future, Lost in #VanRELand

67. Mysterious Things You Find on Walks You Hoped to Be Solitary, Lost in #VanRELand

. Diptych #67 "Mysterious Things You Find on Walks You Hoped to Be Solitary" From my Lost in #VanRELand, ’04 - ’18 series. A Republic of Korea export king oyster mushroom in a supermarket, and a glacier-smoothed boulder (so erratic!) in a forest in North Vancouver, Canada. #streetphoto . . . . . . . .… Continue reading 67. Mysterious Things You Find on Walks You Hoped to Be Solitary, Lost in #VanRELand

65. Cooking Pot of Cultures, Lost in #VanRELand

. Diptych #65 "Cooking Pot of Cultures" From my Lost in #VanRELand, ’04 - ’18 series. Shadow self-portrait with a slide show exhibit the Museum of Anthropology in Vancouver, Canada, and a pot of simmering festive Christmas sauerkraut kapustnica stew at a home in North Vancouver, Canada. #streetphoto . . . . . . .

28. Now Previewing Unpleasant Futures, Lost in #VanRELand

. Diptych #28 "Now Previewing Unpleasant Futures" From my Lost in #VanRE Land, ’04 - ’18 series. Remnants of old train tracks in Olympic Village at West 1st Ave off Salt St, and the old Salvation Army building on East Hastings at Gore Street, Vancouver BC. #streetphoto . . . . . .