Saturday, 8 November 2008

Can I Stop Now?


It's Saturday and that can only mean one thing, it's Public Art Day. 

And conveniently for me it's my 100th post. Quite an accomplishment for someone who hasn't committed to anything in years. 

This piece appears on the official list of public art in Vancouver and I'm gratified that no one has taken credit as the artist. 

Vancouver celebrated it's centenary in 1986.

Artist: Some modest but clever people at City Hall
Installed: 1986


14 comments :

Ron Bloomquist said...

You wrote: "my 100th post. Quite an accomplishment for someone who hasn't committed to anything in years"

My policy exactly but, hey! It works!!

Well done! I'm enjoying your blog.

Laurie said...

No, young man, you may certainly NOT stop now.

Congrats on 100, Wayne!

jill said...

Very nice of them to make the 100 sculpture so you could use it to commemorate your 100th post. And please don't even think of quitting!

Kathrine said...

Happy 100! I really like your shot - so you can't quit :-)

/Kathrine in Copenhagen

Virginia said...

Whew, I thought you were going to dedicate the 100 to me and sing "Happy Birthday".

Nope, you can't stop now. Who would I pick on????
Keep at it Daffy.

USelaine said...

Yay Wayne!

I know what you mean about commitment. Weird, ain't it?

Wayne said...

With all the encouragement, and a direct order from Laurie, I've decided to keep going until I take a picture I'm actually happy with.

You're stuck with me for a while.

Thanks

Clueless in boston said...

Congratulations on your 100th post. It gets easier as you go.

Babzy said...

nice blog ,happy 100 !

Hyde DP said...

well done and a great choice for 100 - I'm wondering waht I can find for 1000 in January - you can't quit or you'll never catch up!

Boise Diva said...

Congrats on 100! Easy commitment, eh?

Laurie said...

If that's what it takes to keep you going, Wayne.. may you never take a picture you're actually happy with.

And where's today's shot, you slacker?!?

:-)

Ruby said...

Congratulations on the 100 posts! I agree with Laurie - no stopping allowed!

Ken Mac said...

these struck me funny for some reason. I like it!