That Archetypal Picket Fence

9 August 2019 – Growing up, we knew what it was, and what it stood for. The picket fence was white, and suburban, and it stood for all things predictable, bland, and safe.

But now that picket fence may be black.

And downtown (well, east-end off Commercial Drive).

And not predictable.

It may offer an unexpected little visual treat ..

or even two.

No signature, no flourishes, and à propos of nothing at all. Just … there it is. Enjoy.

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  1. I love that! What a cute find. 🙂

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  2. No, I would not expect a picket fence to be left as is in Vancouver, and I WOULD expect that you would be the one to notice any deviations from the norm… 🙂

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