Vancouver's most famous street photographer, Foncie Pulice, snapped about 15 million pictures of people strolling downtown during his 40-year career.
His candid photos captured people in mid-stride, out on dates, heading to work or shopping along the city's hustling Hastings and Granville streets.
Now his work is being featured in a retrospective at the Vancouver Museum this summer.
- Listen to Pamela Post's radio documentary about her family's photos by Foncie Pulice
- Watch Bob Nixon's preview of the Vancouver Museum exhibit