I captured this one morning in Vancouver at the start of a working day. The small boat at the lower left of the frame is a ferry that holds three hundred people, so it's much larger than it appears. These ferries run across the harbor between downtown Vancouver and North Vancouver. As a visitor to the city I recommend it as a great way to see the skyline from the water for just a few bucks. For the daily commuters it's convenient, reliable and on time. However after about thirty trips most riders don't even look up from their smart phones. But I'm from a small town so I'm always looking out the window at the cityscape, at least the first twenty-nine times. After that, same old same old.
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