Ivan Chan, a friend of mine, recently showed me one of his animation projects, “Environment Modeling of Street and Subway.” Looks like Vancouver doesn’t it, considering the street “furniture” and signs? Except Vancouver doesn’t have a street-level LRT nor a subway,… yet.
On September 2, 2006, a crowd of people watched as the buses whose home had been the Oakridge Transit Centre for the past years made their way to the new multi-million-dollar state-of-the-art garage called Vancouver Transit Centre. Many of the buses leading the parade were retired buses restored by The Transit Museum Society (TRAMS).
I also took 3 video clips:
Well for the latter half of Canada Day I went out to Canada Place to check out what kind of stuff was happening. I ended up taking more time outside than inside. The weather was wonderful–cloud-less, rain-less, and lots of sun. The view of the North Shore mountains was thusly amazing, to say the least. I wish I had a camera with higher resolution :(.
At the end of the day, when this CTV camera was lowering, a bunch of kids started crowding around the camera and waving at it heh.
And I couldn’t resist taking a photo of the container port 😛 Ah good memories of IBSS10.
Some unusual sights today
Snow in February? Only where Black Christmas was being filmed.
A southbound 17 Oak bus turning west onto 57th Avenue. Where is this driver going?
The same bus turning southbound on Granville Street from 57th Avenue. Actually there the police blocked off Oak Street southbound so even the buses had to detour.
How often do you see a bird inside a Costco warehouse? (You’ll probably need to zoom in to actually see the bird)
Isn’t the fog so nice? Remind me of the time our class ran 6-laps in the fog. You couldn’t see from one end of the track to the other.