Street-level perspectives

Photos by Daniel Crump

Different vignettes of city life are visible from different levels - on foot, on buses, on a bike, from a car. Add the photographer’s eye to any of these modes, and one may find a different vision of the city than is normally displayed in the media. These snippets of everyday life show a few variations of life in Winnipeg.

­­-Anastasia Chipelski

Passengers board a bus at the stop at the corner of Graham Avenue and Vaughan Street in Winnipeg.

A neon signs beckons those looking for parking to enter a parkade near Bell MTS Place.

Spring melt leaves interesting patterns and textures on the Assiniboine River Walk.

A person with an interesting sense of style walks down the sidewalk in downtown Winnipeg.

A resourceful person has built themselves a place to live under a bridge near downtown Winnipeg.

The bicycle lane is closed, and the racks are sandbagged. Summer riding season is almost here.

Published in Volume 73, Number 24 of The Uniter (April 4, 2019)

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