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Cliff at Yeo Point, Ruckle Provincial Park, Salt Spring Island

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Casey in Anza-Borrego State Park (in the super-bloom)

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Alex Grunenfelder with qwa’upulhp (Pacific crabapple, Malus fusca) Burgoyne Bay, Salt Spring Island

  photograph by Gordon Brent BROCHU-INGRAM 2016 August 12 completing the photographic documentation work for the 2016 City of Vancouver Coastal City public art series: Alex Grunenfelder with qwa’upulhp (in Halkomelem) (Pacific crabapple, Malus fusca) Burgoyne Bay, Salt Spring Island

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Julian Castle in Railtown Studios roof garden 2009 & 2010

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Peer Badshah: 2006 & 2007

Peer Badshah on a May 2006 Fokker flight from Gilgit Every person has that year in their mid-twenties when only a few paths have been chosen and their beauty is as much about vast opportunity and looming ethical choices as … Continue reading

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Historian, Lokesh Mathur, of Jaipur during field studies in Rajasthan

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Historian, Lokesh Mathur, at Humayun’s Tomb outside of Delhi

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Shifting masculinities in a building boom: Some portraits of men in Vancouver in the summer of 1998

Self-portrait near False Creek Vancouver July 1998 photograph by Gordon Brent Ingram Dan Gawthrop in Vancouver’s Chinatown, at Pender and Carroll, in the summer of 1998 The nineteen nineties saw the most rapid construction, a beginning of a normalization in … Continue reading

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Peter Christian Combe in Vancouver during the summer of 1998

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Sean & Graham at English Bay in Vancouver, July 1994 (1) by Gordon Brent Ingram (small)

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