We stopped by the Charles H. Scott Gallery on Granville Island today to see the Selwyn Pullan show currently on until July 19. The collection delivered on it’s promise of fantastic post war – pre Expo residential and commercial architectural photography here in Vancouver. Pullan’s photographs tell a story of a Vancouver that seemed to know no bounds. This show is a window into another Vancouver and shouldn’t be missed if you call the city home. Couple this free show with lunch at nearby Go Fish and you have an ideal day on the coast.