Photographer's Note

Here is the better Beta version DOUBLE XX.

The double X you see is just for photography purposes, but that actual art installation is suppose to be a "W", a 140 foot long "W" made from 4 shipping containers.

I thought this was the perfect follow up photo to my previous post, the blue hour shot of the Sky Train bridge. Here you can see it in the daytime in the bg. It would be better placed infront of the X, more to the left, but then the water reflections didn't work out properly.

This is the best angle to show off the XX in the reflections. I will however, show more angles in the WS, showing the bridge in a more proper view.

What you're looking at are 4 trailers, used as an art instillation. This is one of those photos I took a year ago, but forgot to post it. For obvious reasons, this scene is best taken after a rainfall, using the large puddles as a mirror.

On the left side, in the far bg, you can see the Patullo Bridge in orange and blue, it connects Surrey and New Westminster.

Whats great about this new art instillation, is that it used to be a bad area of New Westminster. Now they've cleaned it up, added this artwork, added a basketball court, added a beach volleyball court, a sweet wooden walking path that illuminates at night...its now a beautiful area along the Fraser River. It's gone from a bad industrial area to a highly desired area.

This is one place I was going to take Lars and Rob when they visited, but I didn't have enough time.

Hopefully you'll check out the WS's, 1 photo has a couple walking by, and it doesn't have reflections. The other is a photo where you can see the large span of the Sky Train bridge

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