Mike Browne

Photographer // Documentarian // Writer // Traveler

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Provisions

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Lazy Valerie & her Seven Daughters

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Murakami House – 22/52 2017

"The house was built in 1885 on piles over the marsh. The Murakami family – ten children, mom and dad, lived in the residence from early 1929 to 1942. The refurbished home and boat works opened in May 1998 to visitors for the first time. The Murakami family has provided valuable information and artefacts enabling us to share their story." http://ift.tt/2sCunzt

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Bridal Veil Falls – 21/52 2017

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Welcome to #Vancouver – 20/52 2017

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Tulip Time – 16/52 2017

#TulipsOfTheValley

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Love Locks

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WOW Westminster – 15/52 2017

From Vancouver Biennale:

Title: WOW Westminster
Artist: José Resende (b.1945, Brazil)
Medium: Four corten steel shipping containers
Dimensions (H x W x D): 10.7 x 42.7 x 2.4 m (35’1″ x 140’1″ x 7’10″)
Weight: 15,422 kg (34,000 lbs.)
Location: Westminster Pier Park in New Westminster, British Columbia

This 140-foot-long installation, comprising four forty-foot shipping containers precariously cantilevered to form a “W,” was designed by the Brazilian artist José Resende and will become the dominant view along the Fraser River from the bridges above.

Marcello Dantas, the Vancouver Biennale’s senior curator credited with having chosen both the site and the artist, says, “Resende’s WOW WESTMINSTER is not only an interpretation of the economic activity of the Fraser River and the flow of goods through trains, ships and trucks: it’s also about capturing the energy and history of this transportation hub, the transformation of the City of New Westminster and its waterfront into a recreational arts and cultural playground. WOW WESTMINSTER will become a respite for citizens and an icon of the City and region for decades as viewers explore the riverside walk along Westminster Pier Park.”

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Totem Poles

Totem poles in Stanley Park, Vancouver, BC, Canada

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Brockton Point Lighthouse

Looking NE past the Brockton Point Lighthouse in Vancouver’s Stanley Park

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