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Parking Space

Parking Space

Bet this building was advertised ‘with great parking space’ as one of the features. There is an interesting dimension to river cities – textures and spaces that add layers. In the streets, you see the usual cars, sidewalks, trees, parks and building...
Lined & Primed

Lined & Primed

Lined up and primed for action. As winter comes to an end the water beckons. Some folks stay in the water year round – I’m not man enough for that. But when the sun comes out and the days lengthen out – there is plenty of high adrenalin activities...
Royal William Yard

Royal William Yard

From inside, trendy restaurants and offices. From the outside – a glimpse of what it used to be: the formidable docks of a naval power that stretched around the world. This is one of my favourite views of the Royal William Yard – seen from the sea. I...
Medley Of Grey, White and Blue

Medley Of Grey, White and Blue

The line between sky and sea, at times, is as subtle and gradual as the lines between white, grey, and blue. Through the morning mist, a tugboat emerges and travels inland from the breakwater – a short, small, powerful vessel that can tow hulking steel beasts...
Something You Don’t See Every Day

Something You Don’t See Every Day

The largest sailing vessel in the world. Instead of using fossil fuels, this baby slices through the water using flows and currents of mother nature’s air. A low tech, high science achievement. It came to visit and was quite the sight to behold – I watched...