Some distinctive art features added to the streetlights in Phoenix, Arizona, as captured on a visit there in 2015.
COVID-19 has made it more difficult for Canadians to attend public ceremonies taking place for Remembrance Day. Despite obstacles caused by the current health crisis, there’s nothing stopping us from taking time today — and really, any day — to reflect on how the sacrifices made by veterans throughout our history have shaped our country. Lest we forget.
My social media reminded me that seven years ago at this time, I was at the end of a trip along the west coast of the United States. This picture was from somewhere in Hollywood, if memory serves — one of the more whimsical scenes I captured during my visit.
This lovely antique bicycle-turned-street-art was spotted along 4 Avenue N.W. in Calgary’s Sunnyside neighbourhood back in September. There is bad news about this installation, however: Upon a more recent walk along that street, I noticed the bike was replaced with a sign saying it had been stolen. Keep your eye out for this unique creation somewhere in the city …