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Harbour Green, Vancouver, Canada
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On the edge of Coal Harbour in downtown Vancouver, the Harbour Green park is the largest continuous waterfront park in the downtown area. Just north of the convention centre and just south of the main marinas, the Harbour Green park even has a dock for leisure craft to moor up to 3 hours at.

Towards the back of the Harbour Green field sits four large chunks of cedar, a public art installation by Eric Neighbour called Shipwreck. The four cedar trunks resemble a fallen column. The work wasn't completed by Eric Beighbour alone though- more than 1400 volunteers chiseled away at the cedar for over 2 months to make this artwork a possibility.

Copyright: Sean Wallitsch
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 17000x8500
Hochgeladen: 19/11/2012
Aktualisiert: 06/08/2014
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Tags: canada; vancouver; burrard inlet; english bay; british columbia; dock; boat; marina; harbour; habor; harbour green; coal harbour; field; downtown; art; public art; shipwreck
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