Early morning at Siwash Rock in English Bay. This rock is a part of Stanley Park in Vancouver and when the tide is out you can walk up to the rock. It may be the most photographed chunk of stone in Vancouver. Siwash Rock is the only sea stack in Vancouver and is rooted in the history and stories of the local Squamish First Nation.
There is a plaque at the site which reads "Its plaque reads: “Indian legends tells us that this 50 foot high pinnacle of rock stands as an imperishable monument to “Skalsh the Unselfish,” who was turned into stone by “Q’uas The Transformer” as a reward for his unselfishness."