Befitting its nature as an aggregate of silt, Lulu Island is a rather level place. Pretty much anywhere in its eastern half, its horizon is dominated by the main tower at the Lafarge cement plant in the southeast. It's visible equally well from parts of Delta and New Westminster. This photo was taken at maximum zoom from the intersection of Eighth Street and Queens Avenue in New Westminster, the absence of any other buildings notwithstanding, and I like the contrast between industry and nature here.
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