Photographer's Note

I was given the day off on Feb the 18th which allowed me the chance to drive to North Vancouver for the day. Part of my venture was Cypress Mountain and the other was the shoreline in North Vancouver.
If you look closely the photo posted in my Previous Posting you will see the view from the top of the stairs under the big Q sign.
I was very impressed with the way that North Vancouver has built the waterfront over the years. Over 20 years ago I used to live in North Vancouver and took the Sea Bus to Vancouver every morning. This viewpoint here is adjacent to the Sea Bus terminal. If you were to drive to the bottom of Lonsdale Avenue, this is the view you would see. There are plenty of interesting shops here along the waterfront, and besides the Quay hotel is a tugboat company which helps navigate the cargo ships into the Vancouver docks. If you notice from my
Of note the Canon 10-22 lens allowed me this perspective from leaning over the handrail to compose these perspective lines. As with most wide angle lens, photoshop lens distortion correction helped me align the vertical and horizontal lines correctly. I trust you will enjoy this viewpoint.

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