Sunday, June 16, 2013

Photo: Above the City

More than six months after coming back east, I still find myself thinking back to my time out west... I believe it will be a long while yet before I'm able to put that whole experience in proper context with everything else. Some days it feels like an extended dream, like I was never really there at all, that there couldn't be a place in the world like Metro Vancouver; others it feels like everything front of me is what really isn't real. It's hard to parse out sometimes, and even harder to put into words. Still, there are times--when I'm walking to the grocery store or waiting for a transfer at Bloor-Yonge--that I look back with fondness to my life in New Westminster. In that respect, here it is: downtown New Westminster, captured from a train crossing the SkyBridge, on an uncharacteristically sunny day back in March 2012.

It's all still so familiar.

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