Category Archives: History

The history of photography and other things past tense


An extra old stock photograph of Vancouver, BC

Buildings and beer: abiding among Vancouver’s fast-changing streets Share39 Tweet +12 Pin ShareShares 41View full post »


Transcendant architecture: St. Mary’s Ukrainian Catholic Church, Vancouver

Transcendent tones :Trying to capture the essence of inspired architecture in photography Share16 Tweet +1 PinView full post »


Documenting the last days of Victoria’s old Johnson Street Bridge

Photographing Victoria, BC’s “Blue Bridge,” a condemned icon  Share154 Tweet +14 Pin ShareShares 158View full post »


Rocky Mountain highs: why I must go back to the mountains

Canada’s Rocky Mountains are a magnet for adventurers, photographers, and anyone seeking wild beauty and freshView full post »


A eulogy for Bryan Beard

Portrait of a life lived fully and sadly lost: a tribute to Bryan Beard Share28 Tweet +12 Pin ShareShares 30View full post »


Vancouver’s False Creek: from industrial hub to condo city

Photographic views from Vancouver’s old Cambie swing span bridge and a Disney tale, 1984. Share145 Tweet2 +11View full post »


Robson Square, 1984

Transformations in Vancouver’s core: gains and losses Share9 Tweet +12 Pin1 ShareShares 12View full post »


Gastown views from W. Cordova & Abbot Streets, 1984

The lofty “summits” that provided panoramic views of Vancouver’s urban core in the eightiesView full post »


New horizons: photographs from W. Broadway to the Dunsmuir Viaduct, Vancouver, 1983

Photos from a bicycle-assisted photo shoot in 1983 highlight Vancouver’s changing skyline Share13 Tweet +13 PinView full post »

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