Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Reflections at Night at False Creek, Vancouver

These time exposures were taken on July 25th from the south side of the area in Vancouver known as False Creek.  This protected inlet was formerly used by large lumber mills, factories of various sorts, and shipping.  During the past two decades, the land around False Creek has been transformed into high density housing, restaurants, and stores.  There is a wonderful seawall which now enables pedestrians to stroll around much of the large inlet, and small pedestrian ferries continually ply the waterway.