As frequent readers of the blog know, I am not allowed to reveal too much about your future, even though I have most of your future history tucked away somewhere in my planet-sized brain. But, every now and then, the authorities on the matter (who shall remain anonymous – and no, they are not Anonymous) pass along scraps of your future culture that they deem acceptable for mass consumption. With that mind, feast your eyes on the Vancouver of 2812:
Bear in mind that Vancouver in the future is still very much the hub of film activity that it is today, and in the photo above the Vancouver of 2812 is dressed up for a 1980s period piece about an elicit love affair between an Atari 2600 and a Commodore 64. The Goodweather Collective collects these future-Vancouver photos on their website. Some of them may look like photos of your past, but rest assured, they are indeed the future.
As I said, Vancouver is still a place to make movies in the future, even if making those movies means rebuilding the city. The only thing the movie-makers aren’t allowed to touch are the trees. Most of them haven’t been planted yet, but if you’re in the mood, why not grab a Douglas Fir, Giant Cedar, or Western Hemlock sapling and plant one in your closest roundabout to speed the process along.