Near Second Beach, Vancouver.
Distinctive, yet so ordinary as to be nearly invisible to passers-by.
Check the ingredients list: bike button, boulevard tree, mural on utility box (guy in a tie with pocket pens, and coffee steam entering his ear, kid in a tie bouncing high on spring feet, dude surfing in a tie with laptop & earbuds, sushi server, badminton player and birds, seagulls, happy airborne shopper), sidewalk, grassy boulevard.
Dropped in to Caffe Divano for coffee between a Millennium Line Evergreen Extension ride (smooth, fast & easy) and a meeting in Coquitlam. And here’s a musical bad pun coffee-oriented sign.
Or, more precisely, Yaletown-Roundhouse Canada Line station.
Artist Fiona Ackerman created this mural south of Broadway on Ontario as part of the 2017 Mural Festival.
At the Elbow Room Cafe on Davie near Seymour, renowned for its sauciness if not its sauces.
Just off Commercial Drive near Venables on Parker Street.
Summer’s signs on a lovely evening: picnic dinner on the beach, and brown grass in the park.
Out for a walk on a lovely summer morning.
Always time to stop for pix.
It’s at Charles Dickens Elementary school (17th and Windsor), and does not portray the English writer. It does portray a rocket ship, lightning bolt, a yin-yang Venus balloon, and a dancing cactus. It extolls “Imagination”, and lives near a white lilac bush.
A grey Wednesday.
Spent a few minutes watching this Great Blue Heron stalking lunch on the shores of Lost Lagoon. I resolved to buy some carrot cake on the way home.
A windy morning with cherry trees near their peak.