Vectorial Elevation Photos from the Vancouver 2010 Olympics

From their website:

“Vectorial Elevation” was an interactive artwork that allowed you to direct powerful light beams and transform Vancouver’s skyline between February 4 – 28, 2010.

The light show was one of my favorite additions to the city during the Vancouver 2010 Olympics. It added a feeling of intrigue to our skies, and gave you a sense that the city was alive. Many nights walking home across the bridge from Downtown, I would stop to watch as the lights danced across the sky.

Despite being on the go for most of the Olympics I did find time to go out and photograph the lights on one occasion. The weather was wet and we were socked in by fog, but I think it added to the effect of the photos. Here are some shots from my photo walk. Also definite thanks to Jordan and Oliver for bearing with me, and helping me setup.

Written by stefan klopp

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Pat Kula

Hey Stefan… came to see how your pielettes turned out.
Thanks a bunch for taking these great shots of the Vectors. I was at my Mom’s on Beach Av during the Olympics, but recovering from surgery so didn’t get out too much and did not get any good shots like mom wanted. So I will share these with her and my sis in the USA.
Saludos
Pat

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Written by stefan klopp

1 Comment

Pat Kula

Hey Stefan… came to see how your pielettes turned out.
Thanks a bunch for taking these great shots of the Vectors. I was at my Mom’s on Beach Av during the Olympics, but recovering from surgery so didn’t get out too much and did not get any good shots like mom wanted. So I will share these with her and my sis in the USA.
Saludos
Pat

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