In an effort to present the dichotomy of Vancouver here is another batch of eroded urban objects combined with close-ups of nature.
A row of used red concrete forms combined with the first horsetails of spring (36 x 16).
Abstract diptych of red graffiti combined with a bush covered in red berries (24 x 36).
Black scratched lines on a white sign combined with the bare branch silhouettes of trees in early spring against a luminous sky (36 x 24).
Abstract diptych of a sign made up of cracked paint and rust combined with the jigsaw bark of the Plane tree (36 x 18).
Yellow pollen-covered catkins combined with torn posters stapled onto a telephone pole (36 x 18).
Tree bark covered in fungi combined with a short wall in front of a fountain being renovated, the black adhesive underneath the old tiles (34 x 24).
The textured bark of a Chestnut tree combined with a sign of cracked paint and rust (32 x 22).
Charcoal bark marked with white oblong spots next to a rusty black dumpster splattered with wet cement.
Abstract diptych with a weathered concrete barrier combined with the yellow flowers of a forsythia bush.
Telephone pole covered with torn posters, rusty from the multitude of nails and staples used to attach them, combined with cedar tree which has an orange fungus running through its shaggy bark.
Abstract of textured tree bark combined with the cracked rust on a urban dumpster.
Plaster peeling away from a cement wall combined with cracked tree bark.
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