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52 WEEKS OF 'EAST VAN CATS' - WEEK 5

52 WEEKS OF 'EAST VAN CATS' - WEEK 5

The cats rule East Vancouver. They’re everywhere...sidewalks, roads, hiding in doorways, supervising stores, sprawled out anywhere to have a bath.
CITY CRITTERS LATE ENTRY / LETTER OF THE DAY

CITY CRITTERS LATE ENTRY / LETTER OF THE DAY

"Hi Bob, I know the VIA Raccoon contest is long over and you are onto skunks now but i really wanted to send you this photo anyway. Its me sharing my lunch with one day. Cheers! Olga"
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duck duck duck duck...

Photo: Steve Ember. Used with permission.
52 WEEKS OF 'EAST VAN CATS' - WEEK 4

52 WEEKS OF 'EAST VAN CATS' - WEEK 4

The cats rule East Vancouver. They’re everywhere...sidewalks, roads, hiding in doorways, supervising stores, sprawled out anywhere to have a bath.
LIVE DOGS 2

LIVE DOGS 2

One year ago (almost to the day) I brought you LIVE DOGS , a collection of photos of people's canines that they brought to last year's Live Block Party .
"IT'S CLOSE TO NATURE"

"IT'S CLOSE TO NATURE"

"It's close to nature" is what a lot of people say is their favourite thing about Vancouver. So close, sometimes, that the nature is actually right in the middle of the city, like Pacific Spirit Park within the endowment lands at UBC.
52 WEEKS OF 'EAST VAN CATS ' - WEEK 3

52 WEEKS OF 'EAST VAN CATS ' - WEEK 3

The cats rule East Vancouver. They’re everywhere...sidewalks, roads, hiding in doorways, supervising stores, sprawled out anywhere to have a bath.
52 WEEKS OF 'EAST VAN CATS' - WEEK 2

52 WEEKS OF 'EAST VAN CATS' - WEEK 2

The cats rule East Vancouver. They’re everywhere...sidewalks, roads, hiding in doorways, supervising stores, sprawled out anywhere to have a bath.
52 WEEKS OF 'EAST VAN CATS' - WEEK 1

52 WEEKS OF 'EAST VAN CATS' - WEEK 1

The cats rule East Vancouver. They’re everywhere...sidewalks, roads, hiding in doorways, supervising stores, sprawled out anywhere to have a bath.
Oh, dear!

Oh, dear!

On my way to get my morning coffee, I came across a local deer family that hangs around outside of a small church in North Van. They were just chilling, gazing, when I pulled the truck over to take a few snapshots.