A note to members of City Daily Photo: the theme day for the first of February is Loving Life.
Off the Grand Hall at the Museum of History are several galleries and spaces dedicated to First Nations exhibits. This includes an area that has the layout of an archaeological dig, with artifacts strategically placed. Two canoes, one much larger than the other, can be found at the entrance; the Hall and one of its totem poles can be glimpsed in the background of the first shot.
Behind the wall of the Grand Hall, there are a series of rooms displaying First Nations artifacts, primarily from West Coast tribes.
Within the Grand Hall itself, the plaster version of Bill Reid's Spirit Of Haida Gwaii sits. It's a sculpture I always enjoy looking at. A glimpse of Alex Janvier's Morning Star can be seen in the background of the first shot.