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Surreal City


Surreal City

Fredericton, NB


Fredericton, NB is brought to you by: CE, Marlo, Chris Erb, Hobbs and others

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Soon to Be Demolished: York House

author: CE : Fredericton, NB
Tuesday, June 26th, 2007


Griffintown Revisited

author: CE : Fredericton, NB
Saturday, April 21st, 2007


Fredericton Streetscapes

author: CE : Fredericton, NB
Friday, April 20th, 2007


Liberal Bus

author: CE : Fredericton, NB
Wednesday, October 4th, 2006


Northside Fredericton

author: CE : Fredericton, NB
Saturday, August 26th, 2006


Light in August

author: Marlo : Fredericton, NB
Monday, August 14th, 2006


Jen Is Beautiful

author: CE : Fredericton, NB
Saturday, August 12th, 2006


Modernism on Squires

author: CE : Fredericton, NB
Friday, August 11th, 2006


Man with Memories

author: Marlo : Fredericton, NB
Thursday, August 10th, 2006


Car for Sale - Needs Work

author: Marlo : Fredericton, NB
Thursday, August 10th, 2006


Cookies!

author: Chris Erb : Fredericton, NB
Thursday, August 3rd, 2006


Effective Communication

author: Marlo : Fredericton, NB
Thursday, August 3rd, 2006


Untitled

author: Marlo : Fredericton, NB
Thursday, August 3rd, 2006


Be Happy

author: CE : Fredericton, NB
Thursday, August 3rd, 2006


Please Don't Dump

author: CE : Fredericton, NB
Sunday, July 30th, 2006


A Poor Puppeteer

author: Marlo : Fredericton, NB
Sunday, July 30th, 2006


Melting Vanishing Point

author: Marlo : Fredericton, NB
Thursday, July 27th, 2006


Tim in the Streets

author: Marlo : Fredericton, NB
Thursday, July 27th, 2006


Fredericton Transit

author: CE : Fredericton, NB
Thursday, July 20th, 2006


Team Greasy

author: CE : Fredericton, NB
Thursday, July 20th, 2006


Fredericton: January, 2006

author: CE : Fredericton, NB
Monday, July 17th, 2006


L'autobus Partie Deux

author: CE : Fredericton, NB
Saturday, July 15th, 2006


Fredericton: July 1, 2006

author: CE : Fredericton, NB
Friday, July 7th, 2006


Fire

author: CE : Fredericton, NB
Friday, June 30th, 2006


L'autobus

author: CE : Fredericton, NB
Friday, June 30th, 2006


Dog on the Counter

author: CE : Fredericton, NB
Friday, June 23rd, 2006


I Want One of These

author: CE : Fredericton, NB
Saturday, June 17th, 2006


Yuppy Scum

author: CE : Fredericton, NB
Friday, June 2nd, 2006


I Was Arrested Today

author: Chris Erb : Fredericton, NB
Sunday, May 28th, 2006


Stop Signs

author: CE : Fredericton, NB
Thursday, May 25th, 2006


 

Soon to Be Demolished: York House

author: CE : Fredericton, NB


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Right before I took off for a trip to Halifax, fellow Montreal contributor EvilGentleman sent me a news story about the planned demolition of a 114 year-old former high school slated for demolition by the Baptist Church congregation that now owns it. Upon leaving Fredericton last year, I thought the plan to demolish the building had been shelved. I had spoken to a young member of the congregation who assured me that the building would not be demolished as they could not raise the funds for the demolition of the current building and construction of the new one. He explained that...


Griffintown Revisited

author: CE : Fredericton, NB


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...with a tripod this time. , ,


Fredericton Streetscapes

author: CE : Fredericton, NB


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Liberal Bus

author: CE : Fredericton, NB


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My days in were coming to a close and was therefore forced to make a day of biking around the city returning anything I borrowed/stole from friends. After returning some cans of spray paint to a friend I decided to go home for some lunch. On my way, I saw a big red bus drive past with the name "Shawn Graham" glaring down at anyone who dared look at it. A provincial election had just kicked off and the politicians were on the road making to make sure we all voted for tweedle dum...


Northside Fredericton

author: CE : Fredericton, NB


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Most of the posts about have been centred pretty much around the south side of the city so I figured I would get some pictures of the other side of the to even things out a bit. The north side is pretty much residential with the exception of Main Street which is a pretty horrible array of strip malls and smaller box stores like Home Hardware and Shoppers Drug Marts. I guess it's the downtown of the area but it's pretty sad (I wasn't really able to get...


Light in August

author: Marlo : Fredericton, NB


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One of my particular affinities for this town is the sky. The lighting here is rarely too intense, and when I first came here I was mildly surprised to see the sun rise and sink again before making its way to what i would consider its summit (directly overhead). The effects of this on lighting are quite nice. While June and July had many days of glaring sun, the evenings or late afternoons often brought relief in the form of thunderstorms. August, however, is markedly different. The lighting is more subtle, with deeper contrasts (can the two even be concurrent?)...


Jen Is Beautiful

author: CE : Fredericton, NB


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from the archives

from the archives

Intersection for No Man


philosophical twilight photos_ as cars whiz through my field of vision. momentarily frozen in time_ red light windshield thoughts i can see man's inhumanity_ there's no hiding in your machine anymore mister american your head is not much different than the raindrops...

Intersection for No Man

from the archives

Long Island Outgrows the Country


Only a dozen years later but look how Long Island's been a-changing! A quiet day on Coney Island The original United Nations HQ at Lake Success Manhattan still beckons New York International Airport at Idlewild - now known as JFK International - Boeing 377...

Long Island Outgrows the Country