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I’m Canadian, Eh? 006

Random photos and thoughts about Canada.

Our environment, our experiences, and the people we choose to surround us shapes us into who we are. In this series I search the web for thought-provoking images about Canada, the country I grew up in.

taking over

Opinions Divided.

Toronto architecture has been so mediocre for so long, it may take time for people to accept something besides a traditional box, he admits, but he thinks this building will pave the way for more beautiful architecture. – CBC News, May 30, 2007 

CMC Ottawa

Undulations. Adulation.

But when the Canadian Museum of Civilization officially opened last week just across the river in the city of Hull, it took its place as one of the largest museums in the world and certainly one of the more curious — a wildly eccentric, million-square-foot limestone pile of curves and ellipses, Antoni Gaudi crossed with late Frank Lloyd Wright, baroque quirkiness run amuck.  – Time Magazine, July 10, 1989

Long Wave

Follow the Bouncing Ball.

American painter Robert Motherwell once said, “Art is much less important than life, but what a poor life without it.”



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4 thoughts on “I’m Canadian, Eh? 006

  1. That building is awesome. The bouncing ball is pretty cool too.

  2. What a terrific study in contrasts!

  3. brill pictures love em’

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