It is 05:45 in the morning and Coal Harbour is quiet, the sun is rising and colour is showing up among the highrises and reflections . I can't stop but admire the sight and take pictures, because the sight is never the same.
This statue INUKSUIT is a common statue in Nunavut, which is the largest and most northerly territory in Canada.. The statue is made of stones piled on top of each other. Inuksuit, was used for navigation in the frozen north where, in the snow, everything could look the same. They were also used to mark sacred places. An inukshuk could also work like a signpost to make a good hunting or fishing spot.
The cloud formation, colors and calm eater created a view that I seldfom see. Facing Granville Island, with a large market, marinas, floating homes, etc. 30 minutes later the colors changed drastically. Still facing Granville Island with a marina that originally was primarily for the fishing fleet. Very few fishing boats left.