Walking the seawall along False Creek has become a major Vancouver attraction. Quite a change from years ago when industry ruled the oily waters with boat repair shops, barrel makers and other broken down buildings blocking access to the rather polluted waterway. But even after years of cleanup there remains a certain drabness to the area. Majority of the power boats, sailing vessels and even kayaks plying the waters are built of a uniform white fiberglass, while the surrounding tower condominiums all seem to have chosen depressing glass facades. It’s awesome when some strong hues invade the inlet and stamp colourful patches over the nondescript background. So I was rather happy to get the blues all together in one place.