I was walking around downtown Vancouver recently, very much enjoying that I live on the west coast of Canada as many of my friends and family who live on the prairies were suffering through and extended winter. I have always enjoyed construction sites as places of potential photographic interest and as I walked past this one I was struck by the contrast of colour and form. The architect appears to have designed a new building that will preserve the facade of very much older one and the construction is growing up around this wall. The blue green windows in the background provide a contrast with the gritty greys, browns, and reds of the old wall. Not only are the colours working in our favour but the windows curve into the background on the left side of the frame in a very modern style when compared with the square blocky windows of the old wall. When I got the photo home I punched up the texture, contrast, and saturation of the stone, wood and glass in Nik HDR Efex. I wish that I had been able to frame the picture from a little further to the left so that I was taking the image from exactly 90 degrees to the wall.