Monday, 8 September 2008

Stairwell


I actually had to crop out part of my finger. I don't know what kind of mental defect compels me to admit these things.

This is the Child and Family Research Institute. It is located in what I like to call the 'hospital precinct' on Oak St. I've never heard anyone call it that in my life but I predict it will catch on now that it's getting international exposure.

I'll post other pics from this area another day. Childrens' Hospital and Womens' Hospital, are located here and Canadian Blood Services is here too. 

I'm off galavanting. I've pre-scheduled posts until 9/15 for consistency but I'll be reading comments while I'm away. 

14 comments :

Laurie said...

I love these angles.

Benjamin Madison said...

Sorry about your finger! But at least you were near the hospital when it happened.

Benjamin Madison said...

Forgive me, I should have said, "...at least you were in the hospital precinct when it happened."

Rambling Round said...

Very neat angle in this photo!

Barbara Rahal said...

Hello Wayne...nice angled shot!
How is your finger?!! I agree with Benjamin here...take care!...lets have a coffee one day!

Barbara Rahal said...

oohh just read the post again...you cropt the finger of the photo! A hahah thought you CUT your finger..ah ah ah funny silly me

JM said...

That is a great reflection picture! Well done!
You made me laugh with the finger 'thing'... :-)

alaya said...

the building looks friendly. i'm sorry about your finger. i hope it's better now.

D.C. Confidential said...

Excellent picture, even without your finger!

Enjoy your holiday.

Hilda said...

I love those colored panels — fun!

ken mac said...

This reminds me of the building used in the pic not used for the Beatles first album, Please Please Me. oldide goldie alert! Great colors and shapes

Michaela said...

You have beautiful photographs. I love Vancouver and you make it look so beautiful, which it is aslong as you catch it at the right times ;)

Carlos said...

I really enjoy the cropped finger part. :) I prefer people that are compelled to say that. They are called honest people.

babooshka said...

Love the angles and the reflection.