The Edgett Building | Vancouver, BC
Built Edwardian style, with Neoclassical Revival sandstone detailing. This used to function as a busy grocery store ("The Store of Plenty") in the day as portrayed by the large display level windows, contributing to the downtown area's success as a commercial centre. The building now houses the Architectural Institute of British Columbia and is a classic example of Chicago school style architecture in the city.
An acquaintance of mine invited me to the Royal Vancouver Yacht Club today. After having a delicious lunch and a relatively long conversation, we left the club and said goodbye. I then decided to take advantage of the surprisingly good weather and go for a walk in Jericho Beach Park, which was only a few minutes away. While I was strolling around the park, I couldn't help but notice that the sky looked increasingly beautiful...Long story short, I ended up taking the bus to English Bay to watch the sunset and it turned out to be a very good decision, as you can see.
#thoughtoftheday : Today's insight into the world of exclusive clubs was an interesting experience for sure, but it also made me realize that that's just not my world and probably, hopefully never will be.
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First look at a shoot I did with the talented @ritalivewithstefan down in Capilano Canyon. I'm always so hesitant to post any of the portraiture work I do, because it's a slight departure from my norm. Would there be much interest from you all to see some more here and there? Let me know! I'm here to serve 😉