Commuter Gridwork

Well, this may not represent my regular commute, but crossing Vancouver’s Burrard Street Bridge – 18 years shy of its centennary –  at the end of a Fall day makes for a lovely site.

These shots showcase Thursday evening’s pastel skies and steel trusses more so than the Art Deco design of this lovely bridge that comes complete, courtesy of local politicians, with a bike lane that takes us from Kitsilano to Vancouver’s West End. Here, we’re looking southbound as we pass over False Creek, which flows by the ever popular Granville Island Market.

Burrard Street Bridge 0365 Copyright Shelagh Donnelly

 

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