One of the things I've had to come to terms with since arriving in British Columbia is that geography can't be ignored here. It's not like southern Ontario, where there's the water and there's the not-water and that's pretty much it. Here, when the sky is blue and the day is clear, I can look to the southeast and see a stratovolcano - Mount Baker in Whatcom County, Washington, a mountain more than ten thousand feet high and a hundred kilometers away.
I took this photo from the rooftop parking lot at the Oakridge Centre in Vancouver.
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