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A few from Academy Road. From the top: Academy Road Service, Broadway Florists and Fusion Grill.

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I’ve posted photos of this view a few times over the years now, but why not? It’s one of my favorite views of the city. If you squint your eyes a bit, this could almost pass for Vancouver. Okay, Vancouver in the early 70s, but still Vancouver.

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I’ve always liked this little strip on Academy, featuring Broadway Florists and Hi-Ball Restaurant. Compared to the block next door (the recently re-clad abomination that houses a 7-Eleven, and miscellaneous offices), this structure is gorgeous—it’s practically The Guggenheim. And it’s nice to see a place like this built up to the sidewalk, befitting of a relatively walkable strip like Academy Road.

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Wellington Crescent. Previously unedited photo from 2009.

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Wellington Crescent. Previously unedited photo from 2010.

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Skinny House

Academy Road. As a kid I was always fascinated with this house. Although it’s not nearly as skinny as many of the modern big-city residences featured in magazines like Dwell, I was always taken aback by its unique proportions.
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Wellington Sunset
View from Wellington and Cockburn.

 

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Wellington Apartments

Wellington Crescent (built 1910).
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Wellington
Not 100% sure what this building is called. A Flickr user tells me it’s called Halter East. Can anybody confirm this?

Regardless, it’s one of my favorite apartment buildings/condos in the city.

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Wellington Crescent
I love this tree.

 

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Ice Tree
Wellington Crescent.

Not a natural phenomenon, but rather an out of control exhaust vent, perpetually leaves this tree covered in frost during the winter months.
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Frozen Assiniboine

Behind Wellington Crescent.

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Number One

Behind Wellington Crescent.

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Wellington View

I’ve posted shots of this view before, and I’ll probably post more in the future. Taken from the 14th floor of The Hampton Green, it’s one of my favorite views of the city.

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Wellington View

Condos of Wellington Crescent.

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