livable wandering

Some film shots from a trip to Vancouver some months ago.  The phrase “Livable City” comes to mind, mostly because I’ve heard it often associated with Vancouver. Not a city boy myself, but I sometimes miss that sense of activity, that gradual expansiveness that helps a person feel small and anonymous. This lends itself to aimless wandering, an activity of immense and incalculable value. Surely there’s a word for that feeling? I’ll have to work on that. Any suggestions?

vtown (8 of 8) vtown (7 of 8) vtown (6 of 8) vtown (5 of 8) vtown (4 of 8) vtown (3 of 8) vtown (2 of 8) vtown (1 of 8) vtown (1 of 1)

 

Shot with a Certo-6 rangefinder and/or an Olympus OM-1 film camera. 400 speed film.

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