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    The amount of stuff that comes through Vancouver harbor is quite remarkable. You can get the sense of scale by looking for the tiny dark figure on the outside bridge deck on the right.

    SSyyRR, Mayrock . . ., LividFiction, and 21 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. sonykus 58 months ago | reply

      iPads! :))))

    2. Frederick Lin Photography 58 months ago | reply

      Looks like lego building blocks :)

    3. erezfre [deleted] 58 months ago | reply

      The flight is spectacular. The view is incredible.

    4. larz_73 58 months ago | reply

      Reminds me of an episode of The Simpson's when a freighter spilled its cargo of hot pants (or shorts?) after running aground.

    5. linz bobinz 58 months ago | reply

      perhaps its stock to fill the numerous shelves of the W*llmart at Uptown....booo hisss

    6. Don Briggs 58 months ago | reply

      Beautiful image!! Love your point of view and composition!!

    7. s0ulsurfing 58 months ago | reply

      i wonder how much of that we actually NEED

    8. David Lev 58 months ago | reply

      On it's way from Lego-land? : - )

    9. ABUELA PINOCHO  58 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called BARQUITOS---boats, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

      Wow !

    10. GUITARTWIN ( ray morales jr ) 58 months ago | reply

      These colors are so rich and earth toned. the green of the water. with the black outline. and the classic PoV that would be your trademark. thank you.

    11. uselesspsychic 58 months ago | reply

      Cracking viewpoint and great composition. Nice one.

    12. bio84 58 months ago | reply

      nice shot

    13. Foot Slogger 58 months ago | reply

      Looks like children's wooden building blocks, or maybe those Cuisenaire rods they used for counting in infant school 30-40 years ago.

      [seen in my contacts]

    14. Avi Ben Perez 51 months ago | reply

      i see that you fly a lot.... :)) ,great photo

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