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Lahave

Looking toward Hirtle Island and Moshers Island A bit of artwork on the bridge over Crooked Channel, connecting Bush Island and Jenkins Island

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Nanaimo Wellcox Yard

A bit of train graffiti – Wellcox Yard, Nanaimo

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Victoria – Street art

Street art off Cook Street in Victoria

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Victoria – Artistry on the street

There is a rather interesting blend of artistry that can be seen around Victoria – some of it is officially sanctioned, some more of a social commentary, and some just for the heck of it. It’s all art…

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Courtenay – A rainy day

A rainy day along the CourtenayRiver

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Courtenay – Under the bridge

A rainy day, so I take a look under the 5th Street Bridge in Courtenay

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Nanaimo – a few rogues

A few of the rogues that adorn parts of Nanaimo…

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Welcome to Victoria

A statue in the likeness of local resident Tommy Mayne was sculpted by Victoria artist Armando Barbon to honour Town Criers in the Greater Victoria area. A plaque on the statue recognizes the names of past and present town criers. … Continue reading

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Dungeness Crab

Dungeness Crab statue in Maffeo Sutton Park The 3.9 meter by 3.0 meter crab was carved from a single red cedar tree, using a chain saw and power tools. After being coated with fiberglass, it was sanded to bring out … Continue reading

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Sayward – Saw blade boot house

I’m calling this a saw blade boot house as the roof of the house is made out of old saw blades, and it houses boots. I suppose it’s also a tree house…

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