Featured group artwork for “shots in the fog” for July 2008
The Lions gate bridge is a suspension bridge crossing Burrard Inlet in Vancouver, British Columbia.
The bridge began construction in 1937 and was completed in1938 costing precisely $5,873,837.17.
It spans 1,517 m and links Vancouver to both the north and west sides of the city and accommodates over 70,000 commuters daily.
Offically known as the First narrows bridge, the term “Lions’ Gate” reflects the lions which are a pair of mountain peaks in the north of the city.
Canon XTI, 18 – 55 mm lens @ 53 mm, 1/2000 sec, F/5.6, ISO 400. Processing in CS3