Urban Erosion in Vancouver

My COVID walks have been mostly along back alleys and busy thoroughfares, alone, just me and my camera. Anyway, alleys have potential for ‘urban erosion’ shots…

Dumpster in front of a concrete block building. Dumpster in front of a concrete block building in an alley in Vancouver, CanadaWeathered corrugated tin and wood building on Granville Island.Weathered corrugated tin and wood building on Granville Island in Vancouver, CanadaUrban decay in a green building in a downtown alley.Urban decay in a green building in Downtown Vancouver, CanadaCinder-block building with a red trim, and taped-over broken window panes.Cinder block building with a red trim and taped-over broken window panes in Vancouver, CanadaWeathered blue building in an alley. Like most interesting places in the city this has since been torn down.Weathered blue building in Vancouver, CanadaI got in close for some of the details.weathered blue window and pipe in Vancouver, CanadaSo much texture!Macro of weathered blue wood in Vancouver, CanadaThe building next to this one has been torn down leaving a shadow of its former self on the wall.Brick wall on Powell St. in Vancouver's Japantown, CanadaTwo more impressions of removed buildings left on the remaining wall.Urban decay in Vancouver, CanadaUrban decay in Vancouver, CanadaMore of Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Urban Erosion.

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